Tunisia Press

Tunisia is one of three countries that form a region know as the Maghreb. In Arabic, the word Maghreb means "the land farthest west", this name was given due to them being the westernmost part of the Arabic-speaking Muslim world. Tunisia is about the size of the state of Georgia, making it North Africa's smallest country. Many visitors enjoy Tuinsia's sunny shores and explore its Roman ruins and outdoor markets.

Tunisia Today!

Recent Festivals

During the summer and during the month of Ramadan, Tunisia holds a huge festival which attracts a lot of attention. Regional, national or even international, festivals are an daily part of life in Tunisia.
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Ruler of Tunisia

Mohamed Beji Caid Essebsi is a Tunisian politician who has been President of Tunisia since December 2014. Previously he served as Minister of Foreign Affairs from 1981 to 1986 and as Prime Minister from February 2011 to December 2011.
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Tunisia's Size

Tunisia is the 93rd largest country by area and 78th largest by population. Tunisia is slightly larger tha Georgia (US) (153,910 sq. km.) and slightly smaller than the size of Florida (US) (170,304 sq. km.) Which is 1.04 times the size as Tunisia (163,610 sq. km.)
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Population

The population of Tunisia represents 0.15 percent of the world´s total population which means that one person in every 654 people on the planet is a resident of Tunisia. The population of Tunisia has raised 6.8 million people from 1960 to 2014

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Economy

Tunisia started a successful strategy focused on exports, foreign investment, and tourism, which have all become central to the country's economy. Key exports now include textiles and apparel, food products, petroleum products, chemicals, and phosphates, with about 80% of exports bound for Tunisia's main economic partner, the European Union.
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