Tunisia is a country in north Africa with 10.4 million inhabitants. Neighboring countries are Algeria and Libya. The presidential republic has a coastline along the Mediterranean Sea in the north and east. It belongs to the Maghreb countries. Mountain ranges are located centrally, western and in the north. A little more to the south are grass steppes, salt lakes and dry river beds. At the southern tip, the Sahara begins with stone deserts, salt lakes, palm oases and sand dunes. The east coast is a short plain with bays, islands and fertile plain in the south. There is a subtropical climate. In the south there is a desert climate. The capital Tunis has 695,000 inhabitants. Sights are the Bardo Museum, the Kasbah Mosque, the Bab-el-Bahar Souk, the Dar Hussein Palace, the El-Ksar Mosque and the Belvedere Park. Other cities are Bizerte, El Kef, Gabes, Kairouan, Kasserine, Monastir, Médenine, Nabeul, Port El Kantaoui, Sfax, Sidi Bou Said, Sousse, Tabarka and Tozeur. The UNESCO World Heritage List includes the Medina of Tunis and Sousse, the Amphitheater of El Djem, the location of Carthage, the Ichkeuk National Park, the Punic city of Kerkuane and its necropolis and the historic cities of Dougga and Kairouan.

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