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Tunisia, bordered by the Mediterranean Sea to the north and east, Algeria to the west and Libya to the south, is the northernmost country on the continent of Africa. There is an estimated population of around 11 million residents, as of 2014. The northern part of the country has a climate influenced by its proximity to the Mediterranean Sea, while the southern part of Tunisia is desert-like. However, the entire country has reasonably warm temperatures much of the year.

Arabic, specifically the vernacular of Tunisian Arabic (also known as Tounsi or Durja) is the official language of Tunisia. Although French is not an official language, it is widely used in schools, by the press, and in business—with nearly 65% of residents speaking French at least part time.


  • Tunis is currently the only town in Tunisia to be equipped with a metro ("tube") service, which is more like a tramway.
  • The Tunisian oasis at Kebili has been found to be containing evidence of Stone Age settlements.
  • In addition to modern tourist destinations like the capital city of Tunis, many people travel to Tunisia each year to visit the ancient ruins of Carthage.
  • Tunisia is divided into 24 governates (wilayat), of which Tataouine is the largest and Tunis is the smallest, in terms of area.
  • Till date, Tunisia has had only two presidents - Habib Bourgiba, who ruled from 1956 until 1987, and Zine El Abidine Ben Ali, who assumed power in a bloodless coup in 1987.
  • Tunisia is the northernmost African country, apart from being the smallest nation situated along the Atlas mountain range.
  • Art has been paramount to the culture of Tunisia, especially over the last century or so. There are over fifty art galleries featuring exhibitions of both local and international artists.
  • Football (soccer) is a popular sport in the country; the Tunisian team represented Africa in the 2005 FIFA Cup of Confederations.
Country Code

216

Capital Tunis Population 11,037,225Area 163,610 KM2 GDP $11,300