Djerba, Midoun - Djerba Explore Lalla Hadria Museum

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9th century Mesopotanian
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13th century Syrian
 

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Syrian bronzes, 10-12th century
 

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Bottom picture shows a 19th century Tunisian marriage certificate
 

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Tuareg (Morrocan) 19th century costume and the most intricate locks and keys I've ever seen!
 

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Tuareg (Algerian) tent pegs from 19th century
 

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19th century tunisian
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more Tunisian artisanal products. I was amazed at the intricate artisanal skills, shame it seems to have been lost in the modern products now available!

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This was the most interesting museum I have visited in the whole of Tunisia, if you visit Djerba it's a must. Essem took the photos and told me it was my job to remember the details, I have tried to add a description for those I can remember!
 
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