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Transcript of Tunisia

Welcome To Tunisia
A country waiting to be discovered...
Culture and traditions
Historical places
Facts about Tunisia
What is Tunisia?
Where is Tunisia?
Tunisia is the smallest country in North Africa. It is a Maghreb country bordered by Algeria to the west, Libya to the southeast and the Mediterranean Sea to the north and east.
It was once called Africa; it is from this small country on the northern tip of the continent that the rest has its name.
almost 165,000 square kilometres (64,000 sq mi) in area.
an estimated population of just under 10.7 million.
1,300 kilometres (810 mi) of coastline.
Climate: temperate in north with mild, rainy winters, hot and dry summers; desert in south

Islam is the main official religion of Tunisia with a rate of around 98% of the population.
The other 2% christians and jewish.
The culture of Tunisia is a product of more than three thousand years of history. Ancient Tunisia was a major civilization crossing through history, different cultures and civilizations.
Among these cultures were the Carthaginian, our native civilization, Roman, Vandal, Jewish, Christian, Arab, Islamic, Turkish, and French, in addition to native Berbers. This unique mixture of cultures made Tunisia.
Tunisian is the spoken language in Tunisia.
Tunisian is actually a dialect, for which there is no official body of standards, but is derived from Arabic, French and Italian. Tunisian Arabic is not understood by most Arab speaking countries as it does derive from a mixture of few language.
also a large part of the population speaks French.
Traditional clothes


Fouta and blouza
Slata mechweya
omek houriya
The most popular sport in Tunisia is:
However, sports like volleyball and handball are also among the sports most represented. Handball is the second most popular sport.
Kaak Warka
Carthage ruins
Carthage was one of the most powerful cities of the ancient world and spawned the powerful Carthaginian Empire which dominated much of the western Mediterranean. The ruins of this famed city can be found on the outskirts of modern day Tunis.
El Jem Amphitheater
El Jem Amphitheater (El Djem) in Tunisia, stands in the midst of a quiet town. This incredibly large and well-preserved Roman amphitheater is El Jem’s star attraction and draws visitors from around the world.
According to The New York Times, Tunisia is "known for its golden beaches, sunny weather and affordable luxuries.
Sidi Bou Said
Sidi Bou Said a town in northern Tunisia located about 10 miles from the capital, Tunis.
Named for a figure who lived there. The town itself is a tourist attraction and is known for its extensive use of blue and white.
Hammamet is a town in Tunisia. Due to its beaches it is a popular destination for swimming and water sports. It was the first tourist destination in Tunisia.
Djerba , also transliterated as Jerba or Jarbah,is, at 514 square kilometres (198 sq mi), the largest island of North Africa, located in the Gulf of Gabes, off the coast of Tunisia.
Tozeur is an oasis and a city in south west Tunisia.
Educational stages
Kinder garden: 3 years old
Preparatory year: 5 years old
Elementary school: 6-12
Middle school: 12-15
High school: 15-18
University or college: 18/19
Evaluation system
Elementary school:
End term exams
Optional National exam in the final year.
===>Pioneer middle school
Middle school:
Mid term exams
End term exams
Optional national exam in the final year.
===> Pioneer High School

High school:
Mid term exams
End term exams
In the 2nd year of high
school, You will have to choose a section:
Computer science
Economy and management
And for those who have chosen the sciences section, in the 3rd year they will have to choose a branch:
Math, Exp.science, Technology
4th and last year: Baccalaureate
First arab country to have a constitution.
First arab country in liberating women and gave the right to vote for women.
Women and men are paid equally at the working place.
Parts of Indiana Jones and star wars were filmed in Tunisia.
The caves in star wars are real
Tunisia is the only arabic country that had Micheal Jackson performing in it.
Tunisia is not Indonesia.

Tunisia is as big as Georgia.
Tunisia has almost the same population of Michigan.
Where is Tunisia located?
What language is spoken in Tunisia?
Name one Tunisian Dish.
Name one touristic place in Tunisia.
Tunisia is as big as...... ?
what movies were filmed is Tunisia ?

Key chains for Win !!!!
Thank you for your attention
Who am I ?
My name is "Mohamed Amine Ben Salem"
I am an exchange student from Tunisia.
school is 6 days a week.
Different schedule every day.
No subjects choice.
Around 12 subjects or more.
No school sports.(only P.E classes)
Both teachers and students change rooms every period.
You can have a 2 hours period.
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