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|Sidi Bou Said a noble suburb of Tunis Tunesia|
Sidi Bou Said une banlieue noble de Tunis Tunisie
Sidi Bou Said ein nobler Vorort von Tunis Tunesien
|Here the engeniring school of communication in Tunis, it's under construction. The final building will be from the nicest schools in Africa. it is inside a technological center of communication.||07/31/2006||522|
|The second phase of the World Summit on the Information Society (WSIS) will take place here in Tunis hosted by the Government of Tunisia, from 16 to 18 November 2005.||11/13/2005||456|
|A boat leaking a brown substance comes to port in Tunis (hopefully for a repair). Substance trail can be seen leading from the sea to the port.||04/25/2007||904|
|The airport is named for the historic city of Carthage, located just north of the airport.|
IATA Airport Code TUN.
|The Cartage Presidential Palace near Tunis in Tunisia, around of it you can see some ruines of the Cartage city.||08/02/2006||773|
|The bigest Cathedral in Tunisia||08/17/2006||534|
|Found an Arabian horse in a parc in Tunis in full speed!||09/11/2005||509|
|2 military transport aircraft of the Tunisian Aire Force at Sidi Ahmed Air Force Base (DTTB) at Bizerte ( 60 Km) from Tunis||08/11/2006||608|
|Big soccer stadium in Tunis. It's probably the most favorite sport in Tunisia.||09/11/2005||509|
| The Taklamakan (also Taklimakan) is a desert of Central Asia, in the Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region of the People's Republic of China. It is known as the largest sand-only desert in the world. Some references fancifully state that Taklamakan means "if you go in, you won't come out"; others state that it means "Desert of Death" or "Place of No Return". "Mak...||09/18/2006||1,357|
|Aerial view of Dodge City AAF while under construction in 1943. |
Dodge City AAF was located 6 miles northwest of the town of Dodge City. The Army Airfield was built in 1942 for the 70,000 Pilot Training Program, to train pilots & crews of medium bombers, primarily B-25s.
Dodge City was also used during WW2 to train French aircrews.