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The Serbian War Cemetary in Menzel Bouguiba

First thought: why would be a Serbian world war one cemetary lost in a wood near the small town of Menzel Bourguiba (60km north of Tunis)? Long and complicated story short: a regiment of serbian soldiers fled a battle they […]

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The wreck Tanks in the middle of nowhere

In the middle of nowhere, completely off roads, somewhere between Zaghouan and Bouficha, there 4 or 5 destroyed wrecks of army tanks lying. Such scenery from above the hill, pushes inevitably into imagining a fierce Tank battle that happened in […]

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The abandoned Saint-Felix Church of Schuiggui

The Saint-Felix Church of Schuiggui is a small Chapel in the village of Chouigui ( governorate of Manouba) that was built cira 1898. in 1942 during the WWII, a fierce battle happened between the Allies and the Axis armies in […]

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Abandoned Anti-aircraft small Base in Rades

There is an abandoned anti aircraft small military base right in the forest of Rades(a small city 20-ish minute drive south of Tunis). Urban Legend say that this small base was used by the German’s army during WWII. Check also […]

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German War Cemetery in Bordj-Cedria

The only German war cemetery in Tunisia is located near the town of Borj Cedria, about twenty kilometers from Tunis. There lies the graves of 8,562 German soldiers who fell during the Second World War, during the Tunisian campaign (November […]

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