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The city of Carthage is an extensive archaeological site in Northern Tunisia overlooking the Gulf of Tunis that was once the center of the ancient Carthaginian civilisation and home to an estimated 400,000 citizens. It was founded by the Phoenicians in the 9th century BC and later became the capital of the Roman province of Africa after it was razed and rebuilt by the Romans in 146 AD.

In Carthage we find vestiges of Punic, Roman, Vandal, Paleochristian and Arab presence in its houses, basilicas, baths, necropolises, an amphitheatre, circus, Malaga cisterns, Punic ports, the Punic tophet and the acropolis of Byrsa.

The site of Carthage is famously associated with its legendary founder Dido, who is sung about by Virgil in the Aeneid, and with the great Carthaginian general Hannibal from the 3rd century BC.  Carthage’s status as a UNESCO world heritage site helps to assure its structural conservation and protection from strong urban pressure.

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