Tunisia Tour Guide: Photography Last updated on
Monday 26th April 2010
Film is readily available throughout the country.
Usually tourists don't encounter problems taking photos, but if you happen to be near a military installation point, it is better not to attempt to take any photographs.
People generally don't mind being photographed and many are happy pose for you, but it is a matter of courtesy to ask first, especially if you are trying to take a snap that includes Muslim women.
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Carthaginians & Romans
The Vandals & Islam
Turkish rule & piracy
French withdrawal & national autonomy
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