To be fair that is indoors and you can find photos like this today.
At that time I have seen a few images with safsari and men with traditional clothes.
That was a time of ambition and optimism with technology and modernism seen as the way forward.
The emergence of the monied gulf countries as the most influential arabs means that their culture is exported along with hijabs and niquabs.... I admire those who choose to wear traditional Tunisian clothes.
Unfortunately a young Tunisian boy could study hard and become a banker/doctor/scientist but no matter how hard he studies is he going to acquire an oil well. Its hard knowing you have to work for a living when you see people laying about and driving gold plated Ferraris.
The biggest shock for me is seeing the clean streets, parks and cinemas etc its was clearly aesthetically more pleasing then and ironically even with diabolical overbuilding and expansion homes have become less affordable than back then.
Selfishness and alright jack mentalities have held the country back.