Pictures of traditional Tunisia (1900)

Alulu

New Member
#21
Bardo the throne room, Tunis (1899)
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Sadiky hospital, Tunis (1899)
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Bardo the lion staircase, Tunis (1899)
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From minaret of The Great Mosque, Kairouan (1899)
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jacqui0414

Well-Known Member
#22
I have seen the traditional dress in Kasserine where my husbands family live but mostly where they work in the farm areas not the city x i think these pictures are wonderful
 

MellieC

Well-Known Member
#23
thanks for the pictures, it looks like tunisia hasn't change much !!!!

110 years and much still looks the same huh? fantastic pics ( i went to the website and had a look too) my father in law still wears the same outfit at as one of the men in one of the market scenes, and the cafe scene???? well add a few young "modern day" dresssed guys and its just the same! which explains the cafe culture huh? lol:D
 

lotfi

New Member
#24
our enheritage

thank you very much alulu for this lovely pictures its our enheritage from the past . and a country with out past a country with out future the wise man says.
 

bobby g

Well-Known Member
#25
Hi Lofti, very true words. We all learn from the past in it is the key to our futures.:) To repeat the good deeds recorded in history or even improve upon them, and more important that the bad deeds are not forgotten but to ensure they never happen again for future generations.:)
 

Jenny

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#26
Lovely pictures :)
 

Essem

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Staff member
#27
Fabulous pictures Alulu.
 

SilverMoonlight

New Member
#28
Fantasticccccc, just fantasticccccc pics!!!!!!!!!:D:D:D:D
 

Majdi

Member
#29
awesome pics, thanks a lot!
 

Janan

Banned
#30
very nice pics,
apart from the dresses not too much changed.
 

marhaba

Well-Known Member
#31
Isnt the cathederal to do with Catholics?
 

Janan

Banned
#32
I dont know, may be some body else knows...
 

marhaba

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#33
im pretty sure a cathederale is for Catholics or christians cos hereford has a cathederale and no mosques
 

Black Mamba

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#34
French Gate, Tunis (1899)
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This one is my favourite because you can still see that door still standing.

Yeah obviously nothing changed:rolleyes:
 

marhaba

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#35
looks stunning lOl
 

Black Mamba

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#36
im pretty sure a cathederale is for Catholics or christians cos hereford has a cathederale and no mosques

As far as I know Catholics are Christians;)
 

Black Mamba

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#37
looks stunning lOl

Tunis has 9 gates ( if Im not mistaken) they tried to save as many as they can.

The other being Bab Saadoun:

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Today

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marhaba

Well-Known Member
#38
i thought that too BM untill my teacher at colleeg said they were different religions xx
 

Janan

Banned
#39
Marhaba, christians can be different "branches" like catholics, evanjelics, lutherans....I think they basically split to greek-catholics and rome-catholics.
 

Black Mamba

Well-Known Member
#40
Eh? your teacher is an idiot lol
 
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