The Diplomatic Insight - - News - Tu­nisia’s cul­tural her­itage has many at­trac­tive facets

Asyn­the­sis of var­i­ous civ­i­liza­tions, Carthage and Rome to men­tion only the most pres­ti­gious ones, Tu­nisia has al­ways been dis­tin­guished by in­tense cul­tural ac­tiv­ity. shaped the Tu­nisian cul­tural iden­tity. Although Is­lam is pre­vail­ing, all other great re­li­gions co­ex­ist peace­fully in Tu­nisia. Jewish and Chris­tian com­mu­ni­ties freely ob­serve their rites and con­trib­ute to en­rich­ing the di­ver­sity of the Tu­nisian cul­ture. Warm and hos­pitable, Tu­nisians are al­ways avail­able and ready to lend a hand.

Tu­nisian mu­sic

from one re­gion to an­other. The used fab­rics are adapted to needs and cir­cum­stances (bro­cade, silk, vel­vet, wool, cot­ton and linen).

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