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)
          Population and Religion

Population and religion

Of the 9 million Tunisians two thirds live in the fertile lands of the northern and central regions of Tunisia. Of these, about 1.9 million - in the Greater Tunis. As in almost all developing countries, in Tunisia struggling with a high rate of population growth and the outflow of people from the countryside. More attractive to young people the big cities - Tunis and Sfax. The same intensive migration is observed on the coast, where are opportunities through tourism earnings Because the Arab conquest and subsequent entry into the territory of Arab nomads eventually merged with the Berbers, the indigenous inhabitants of Tunis, and the Arabs. Today, only about 50,000 of these Berbers live in the south and on the island of Djerba. Only in a few enclaves such as Djerba or Chenin in Dahar, speak Berber dialect, and it is always mixed with Arabic and French - the two languages ??of international communication in Tunisia.

In some cities, there are small Jewish communities. Even during the French protectorate, Jews represented a layer of the most influential and most wealthy artisans and merchants. After World War II, many Jews emigrated to Israel. Today, the largest Jewish community, who lives on the island of Djerba, has about a thousand members. Synagogue of La Ghriba - the main place of pilgrimage for North African Jews.

Tunisia's state religion is Islam. Founded at the beginning of the Prophet Muhammad in the VII. in the commercial city of Mecca in Arabia, Islam in the chain of unprecedented victories conquered Arabia, the Middle East and North Africa. Arab commander Okba ibn Nafi in 670 established the first mosque in the Maghreb and the most ttem laid the foundation stone Ggoroda Kairouan, one of four holy cities of Islam. Tunisian Muslims belong to the Sunni branch of Islam, and ibadity living on the island of Djerba, follow the teachings that orthodox Islam regards as heresy.

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