Magazine for tourists

Table of contents

Kinds of tourism

Excursion (author BV Emelyanov)


1. Fundamentals Excursion

2. guided technique

3. Professional skills guide

Tunisia (author Danielle shetar Friedrich chum)

 Beaches, markets, ancient
 Geographical position and landscape
 Climate and seasonal tourism
 Population and Religion
 Folk Customs
 The economy and the world
 Polity, policy and management
 Protecting the environment by Tunisian
 Historical review
 Culture Yesterday and Today
 Muslim style
 Defenses Berbers
 Music, art, literature
 Events and Ceremonies
 Food and drink
 Leisure activities
 Tunis - Paris North Africa
 City Tour
 Walking through the city
 Walking through the city
 Practical advice
 Nabeul and Hammamet
 Practical advice
 Practical advice
 Thalassotherapy in Hammamet
 Cyc-metropolis of the Sahel
 City Tour
 Practical advice
 Port El Kantaoui-synthetic medicine
 City Tour
 Practical advice
 City Tour
 Practical advice
 Acquisition carpets
 Jerid Oases
 Walk on Tozer
 Economy oasis
 Practical advice
 Oasis thousand domes: Oil
 Practical advice
 Route 1
 Route 2
 Lake ishkel
 Route 3
 Route 4
 Route 5
 Route 6
 Route 7
 Route 8
 Route 9
 Route 10
 Route 11
 Route 12
 Route 13
 Practical advice
 For women traveling alone
 Car rental
 Beaches and pools
In the Sikhote-Alin (author VK Arseniev)

Michail bulgakov. the heart of a dog

Mikhail bulgakov. the master and margarita

Charlotte bronte. jane eyre

F. scott fitzgerald / the great gatsby

Jerome klapka jerome / three men in a boat

     Tunisia (author Danielle shetar Friedrich chum)
          Geographical position and landscape

Geographical position and landscape

Tunisia - the smallest and easternmost of the Maghreb, which apart from him include Algeria and Morocco. Tunisia is bordered on the west by Algeria, on the south-east - with Libya, and from the north and east by the Mediterranean Sea. With their wild, rugged coast, the fertile valley of the river Medjerda, a mountain range of the High cap (continuation of the Atlas Mountains to the east the landscape in the north of Tunisia is very similar to South Europe. More "African" landscape becomes a central part of Tunisia, where mountain ranges turn into meager steppe landscape . During Roman times the olive groves and crops provided here are quite well off. Today, the economy of Tunisia are important phosphate mining, export of dates and bark of the cork oak, and alfa, which is used for the manufacture of woven products and in the production of cellulose.

In the east, the Gulf of Hammamet to Sfax, Tunisian Sahel extends to the coastline - an area with infertile sandy soils and moderate rainfall, which does not allow this to lead intensive agriculture. Sahel grows most of Tunisia's olive trees. Their treatment is the most important, although unstable due to the fall in world prices, the industry of the national economy. Booming tourism - the second most important sector of the economy of the Sahel. In the resorts of Tunisia in 1998, has had over 4 million people. In the south of the Gulf of Gabes in Tunisia is a small island of Djerba, an area of ??about 500 km2.

Around the middle of the country, which extends from north to south is about 900 km, and the hot start farthest south. It is a country marshes, oases and vast spaces covered sand dunes. In the hill country - Dahar - found their last resting Berbers - indigenous people of Tunisia. Scarce rainfall (less than 100 mm. Per year) and the thin topsoil significantly limit development of agriculture in the region.

To the west of the Great Eastern extends Dahar Erg - a real sandy desert, just a what the pictures depict. Then it goes to the Algerian Suf, and from the north desert basin limited Schott, wet marshes. The economy of this region define open in the extreme south of the country oil and gas fields and date palm plantations in the oasis on the edge of the Schott.

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