Tunisia, located on the north eastern part of
Africa, borders the Mediterranean Sea, Algeria,
and Libya. The Shara Desert ...
MAP!!!
Mining, energy, tourism, and
 manufacturing are booming industries in
 Tunisia, but still over half of Tunisia's
 workers ...
Tunisia’s languages are
 Arabic, French, and a Shilha which is spoken
 only in small isolated villages. Most Tunisians
 ar...
Yum!!!
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Tunisia

  1. 1. Tunisia, located on the north eastern part of Africa, borders the Mediterranean Sea, Algeria, and Libya. The Shara Desert to the south and a mountainous region in the north also give Tunisia a diverse geography. Coastal regions of Tunisia have a very moderate climate staying at around 64° Fahrenheit. On the southern side of the country where it borders the Sahara Desert the temperature is much hotter during the day and much colder at night. Tunisia Geography
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  3. 3. Mining, energy, tourism, and manufacturing are booming industries in Tunisia, but still over half of Tunisia's workers are engaged in farming. Economy (Exports)
  4. 4. Tunisia’s languages are Arabic, French, and a Shilha which is spoken only in small isolated villages. Most Tunisians are Sunni Muslims; however, there is a small Jewish community. Tunisians use the Dinar as their main currency. Like most Mediterranean Countries, Tunisia has what is called a “sun cuisine” consisting of olive oil, spices, tomatoes, and seafood. Couscous, Tajines, and koucha bil aallouch, or a shoulder of lamb with potatoes, are a few of the traditional dishes eaten in Tunisia. Culture, Languages, & Cuisine
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