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Circumcision for boys is commonplace. Ramadan (the month in which devout Muslims fast between sunrise and sunset) is celebrated with great ceremony. In the provinces it is customary for people to visit public baths, wear jewellery with magic talismans, and make pilgrimages to the tombs of Muslim holy men. The family is held in high esteem throughout the country, with frequent gatherings of its members and communal meals. Henna – a dye obtained from ground privet leaves. The painted patterns are
9 Rue Sidi ben Arous 23. NE OF THE MEDINA’S O from the N Great Mosque stands the mausoleum OT FAR of Aziza, daughter of Bey Othman, who has been revered by the people of Tunis for over 300 years. It was erected following the princess’s death in A perfume vendor in Souk el-Attarine 1669. Aziza was renowned for her recipe. Well-known scents, charity work. Towards the such as Chanel No. 5, can end of her life, she freed her also be approximately slaves and left her estate to reproduced. For
thick. All that remains of it now is the segment between the Andalusian district and the so-called Spanish Fort. The Spanish Fort is actually Turkish in origin and was built in the 16th century. Little of its original structure remains, though a Muslim cemetery lies within its defensive walls. The fort’s terrace offers a magnificent view over the surrounding area, including the Old Port and the modern harbour. In summer it serves as a venue for concerts. The Great Mosque at the centre of the
the Sidi el-Kantaoui Festival. the graves are bricked up, The village of Ken, 20 km but a few have glass (12 miles) north of Sousse, windows displaying the has an exhibition centre that human remains. produces and sells a variety E NVIRONS : The areas around of handicraft items including Sousse are planted with olive blown glass, textiles and groves that have been furniture. The village itself is cultivated here since Punic an example of an eclectic architecture that embraces a times. Although
one big 4 road runs among palm and garden, with palm, fig and olive groves. Fans of the first olive groves, as well as Road map D5. Star Wars film may want to orange and apple orchards, HE RAS REMEL peninsula in search out the mosque that is Jerba’s west coast is largely the north of Jerba is just 3 km (2 miles) up the coast uninhabited. A dirt road runs under 10 km (6 miles) from towards Borj Jillij – this was from Ajim to Borj Jillij with Houmt Souk, and is an ideal used as the exterior of