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Until now, only ruins remained from Punic Carthage, which can be seen in the Salammbo district and on the Birsa hill. The main attractions are the Punic Quarter (or rather what they were able to excavate), the Magon Quarter, the holy place - Tophet and the National Museum.
The Magon Quarter gives an idea of how Carthage looked during the Pune times ... Outside the city wall, which was built before the third Punic war, was the artisans' quarter, behind which there were larger buildings, and even further - luxurious villas decorated with beautiful mosaics.
Punic Carthage listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
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Topic: Punic Carthage in Tunisia, resort of Carthage.