Lost in Tunis

Urban Exploring & Streetphotography

View of Tunis from the Middle of it’s lake

Once you reach the Roman/Spanish Fort Chikly , you can admire the breathtaking view of all the main iconic monuments of Tunis. And the wild non-stop screaming birds. Share This:

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The island of Fort Chikly

Right in the middle of the lake of Tunis, there is a small island with a former Roman fort which was reconstructed by the Spanish and then left abandoned for so many years that it became the territory of wild […]

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Burned “Cho3ba”

The former dictatorship regime used to have a bureau (“cho3baa” in Tunisian dialect) in every corner, used ofter to hold their meetings and other propaganda activities. As expected, after the revolution anything related to the RCD ( Ben Ali’s party) […]

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The Abandoned church in the Medina

Couldn’t find much informations about the history of this small, discrete arabesque style, church deep in the old medina of Tunis. Like many other churches here, it has been transformed into a cultural space with a theatre scene. Even with this […]

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Abandoned Amilcar Hotel

The Amilcar Hotel, is a luxury resort hotel in one of the best spot of the iconic and lovely Sidi Bousaid village’s beach. Fun/unexpected fact it’s the propriety of the UGTT ( The Tunisian General Labour Union). It has been […]

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The Burned cars of the Revolution

Soon after the Tunisian revolution of 14th January 2011, many angry demonstrator wrecked and burned the luxury cars of the dictator’s family. In the heat of the chaos some other people’s cars were wrecked too.   Share This:

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Wrecked house of Imed Trabelsi

Soon after the Tunisian revolution of 14th January 2011, many angry demonstrator broke into the house of Imed Trabelsi, nephew of the Dictator Ben Ali, and wrecked everything. few days later some streetart artists invaded the abandoned house and made […]

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