Tunisia is a part of Northern Africa. Located between Libya and Algeria Tunisia has a total population of 10,276,158, as per an estimate of July 2007. The geographical details of the country are vividly marked in the Tunisia map. The politically important areas, natural vegetation and tourist places are also highlighted in the map of Tunisia.
The options of Tunisia vacation are quite infinite and include such seaside locations as Monastir, Nabeul, Sousse, Tabarka, Hammamet and Djerba. While French is the language used for commercial purposes Arabic is the official language of Tunisia.
Mining, footwear, petroleum and beverages are some of the revenue earning industrial sectors of Tunisia. Sugar beets, almonds, olives, dates, tomatoes, grain, citrus fruit and olive oil are the main agricultural products of Tunisia.
|Latitude and Longitude||35.4187° N, 9.9875° E|
|Population||10,835,873 (July 2013 est.)|
|Area||163,610 sq km (63,170 sq miles)|
|Chief of State||Moncef MARZOUKI|
|Head of Government||Ali LARAYEDH|
|GDP - Per Capita (PPP) ||$9,700 (2012 est.)|
|GDP - Real Growth Rate||2.7% (2012 est.)|
|Languages||Arabic, French, Berber|
|Time Zone ||CET (UTC+1)|
|International Airport||Tunis Carthage International Airport, Djerba-Zarzis International Airport, Enfidha - Hammamet International Airport|
|Ethnic Groups||Muslim, Christian, Jewish|
|Points of Interest||Atlas Mountains, Dougga, Bardo National Museum, Al-Zaytuna Mosque, Ichkeul Lake, El Ghriba synagogue, Carthage National Museum, Sousse Archaeological Museum, Sidi Toui National Park, Chemtou Museum|
|Agriculture Products||Olives, Olive oil, Grain, Tomatoes, Citrus fruit, Sugar beets|
|Major Industries||Petroleum, Mining, Tourism, Textiles, Footwear, Agribusiness, Beverages|
|National Day||Independence Day, 20 Mar ; Revolution and Youth Day, 14 Jan|
|National Symbol ||Encircled red star and crescent|
|National Anthem||Humat Al Hima|