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Historical Monuments in Monastir
Historical Monuments in Monastir
Historical Monuments in Monastir
Historical Monuments in Monastir
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The top 40 attractions in Sahel

Palaces in Monastir
We went to Tunisia with a friend ve has lived there for over 25 years and now lives in Spain. His family lives in Monastir, so we
Historical Monuments in Monastir
Bourguiba Mausoleum
The Bourguiba family mausoleum is one of the main attractions of Monastir. It was built in 1963 and later expanded. The former Tun
Mosques in Monastir
Bourguiba Mosque
The town of Monastir has several interesting mosques, oftentimes very modern. Undoubtedly, the most important is the Great Mosque.
Of Touristic Interest in Monastir
Streets of Monastir
Like any other tourist destination in Tunisia, Monastir hustles with a market and business negotiations. That is, this is not a qu
Viewpoints in Hergla
Viewpoint of Hergla
Hergla is a small fishing village 20km from the main tourist town, Sousse. It's a place decorated in white and blue that combines
Of Touristic Interest in Monastir
Carpets Mahdia
Located on a small street in Mahdia, you'll find this little fabric shop that specializes in making suits for grooms and brides. M
Airports in Monastir
Habib Bourguiba International Airport
Habib Bourguiba International Airport is located about 9km west of the city of Monastir. A taxi ride from the city center costs ab
Cemeteries in Monastir
Koubba Sidi el Mezeri Cemetery
The Koubba Sidi el Mezeri Cemetery is one of the most striking spots in Monastir and is located next to the Citadel on a small pl
Harbors in Monastir
Monastir Marina
Monastir is a nice coastal town bathed by the warm waters of the Mediterranean. Located in the Gulf of Hammamet, it is one of Tuni
Museums in Monastir
Monastir Museum of Islamic Art
The Monastir Museum of Islamic Art is located inside the prayer hall of the Ribat of Harthema. It was opened in 1958 and houses a
Historical Monuments in Monastir
Monastir City Walls
The Medina of Monastir is within a walled enclosure. Even today much of the original walls remain intact, especially on the wester
Squares in Monastir
Place du Gouvernorat
The Place du Gouvernorat is a large square is located between the Medina and the Route de la Corniche. This is where you can find
Citadels in Monastir
Medina of Monastir
The Medina of Monastir is the area located within the historic city walls. It's an area of cobblestone streets lined with historic
Streets in Monastir
Promenade of Monastir (La Corniche)
It was a sunny day, so I left the hotel and headed to the coast to see the sea. Monastir has a beautiful seaside promenade known a
Castles in Monastir
Ribat Sidi Dhouib
The Ribat de Sidi Dhuib is located between the [poi = 152921] Bourguiba [/ poi] and [poi = 153052] Saida [/ poi] mosques, close to
Mosques in Monastir
Saida Mosque
The Saida Mosque is located between the Ribats of Harthama and Sidi Dhuibh. It was built in the 9th century and is rather austere
Statues in Monastir
Habib Bourguiba Statue
Opposite the National Palace is the Habib Bourguiba statue, which will catch your eye with its gold covering. The statue is of a c
Squares in Monastir
Place du 7 Novembre
There's a square decorated to November 7th in practically all Tunisian cities due to the fact that the current Republic of Tunisia