The city of Hammamet is one of the cities of the Republic of Tunisia located in the north-east on the Mediterranean coast, and away from the Tunisian capital Tunis about sixty-five kilometers, a city with walls, and the estimated population of about sixty thousand people are engaged in a lot of activities; Which is one of the most important poles and tourist cities, which tourists from all walks of life seeking recreation and comfort, and is one of the most important sources that enter the money to Tunisia and revive its economy.

The name of the city in Hammamet is due to the abundance of pigeons in the area, where the swarms of pigeons invade the city in the city and in the evening, building their nests on the top of the buildings in the city. In another novel, the name is attributed to the famous Roman Baths in this city;it is still witness to this day.

Hammamet Medina

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HammametMedina
Hammamet
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Hammamet Playa de Yasmine

Hammamet Playa de Yasmine
Hammamet Playa de Yasmine

Pupput

Pupput is an ancient city located near the tourist city of Hammamet. The site was once a point between Carthage and the city of Sousse. In the Roman era, the city witnessed a great prosperity and witnessed the spread of its ancient architecture and the inscriptions discovered in the tourist area and in the oil palace and the white market near the city Current

A settlement existed here since as early as the 1st century BC (perhaps of Berber-Punic origin), and was a simple village at the time of the rule of Roman emperor Antoninus Pius (2nd century AD), it became a colony under Commodus (185-192). According to an inscription in the Bardo National Museum, dedicated to emperor Licinius (4th century), the Roman name of the town was Colonia Aurelia Commode Pia Felix Augusta Pupput.

Historical sources mention the existence of a Capitol, a theatre and amphitheatre, of which no traces exist today. Remains include aqueducts parts, cisterns, some edifices with mosaics, and baths which gave the name to the nearby Hammamet (from Arabic hammam, meaning “bath”). At 300 meters is a large Roman necropolis, the largest in Africa.

The ancient town and bishopric of Puppi has been tentatively identified with this site at Souk el-Abiod.

Hammamet Beach

It is one of the most visited tourist areas, with attractive white sand and clear water.

Sites of Roman ruins: It is one of the most visited places when tourists visit the city of Hammamet to enjoy the beauty of history, especially the site known as the Roman popes, as it is at the top of the list of places that the tourist intends to visit, an ancient settlement built in the first century BC, The settlement also contains many works of art that impress visitors.

Villa Sebastian

This villa is an international cultural center for the city of Hammamet, with a total area of ​​forty-two acres. It has a beautiful architectural design, and there are many cultural events and activities for visitors.

Qasbah fortress: a fortress of the thirteenth century, which is a place to visit, especially as it contains inside the museum to draw from the history of the city

Old Town: Explorers seek to discover their local inhabitants and have many traditional shops.

Yasmin Hammamet is one of the places that is filled with modern landmarks such as restaurants, luxury hotels and shops. Carthage Land: A recreational city with a beautiful park that attracts tourists, and although it is not a world-famous theme park, it attracts a large number of people.

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