The Sahara Museum

Discover the Sahara Museum of Douz, a captivating oasis of history and culture at the fringes of the Desert. Unveil the mysteries of Tunisia’s heritage and the importance of preserving the delicate desert ecosystem. Embark on an enlightening journey through the museum of Douz, where history, culture, and nature converge..

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The Bardo National Museum

Discover the Bardo National Museum, an iconic institution situated in a beylical palace that boasts a century-old legacy. With the distinction of being Tunisia’s oldest museum and the world’s largest in terms of mosaics, it’s a treasure trove of history..

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Sousse Archaeological Museum1

The Archaeological Museum of Sousse, situated within the city’s kasbah, offers a captivating journey through Tunisia’s history. This museum, established in a grand Ottoman structure dating back to the 9th century, provides insight into the country’s rich heritage..

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Jebil National Park

Jebil National Park is attached to the governorate of Kébili and the delegation of Douz. It’s located about 80 km south of Douz and nearly 100 km from Kebili city. . It belongs to Cherkhats of Glissia and Zaafrane. It covers a total area of 150,000 hectares..

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Dar Cheraït Museum

The Dar Cheraït Tozeur Museum is nestled just a stone's throw away from the city's palm grove and at the entrance to the Sahara desert. The Dar Cheraït Tozeur museum stands as a testament to Tunisia's rich cultural legacy. Established in 1990 by Abderrazak Cheraït, the visionary mayor of Tozeur, it holds the distinction of [...]
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