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Former Islamic Schools

11 19 Rue des Libraires 13, Rue de La Medersa Slimania, Tunis 1006, Tunisia
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Interesting bit of history

The place was mostly abandoned the day I walked through the door. A cleaner was slowly sweeping the... read more

Reviewed 24 February 2017
rob2269
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Grand Junction, Colorado
Quite neglected

I have spent many hours walking through el Medina. I found this place by a chance. The place shows... read more

Reviewed 28 June 2016
MLMaj
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Torun, Poland
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24 Feb 2017
“Interesting bit of history”
28 Jun 2016
“Quite neglected”
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11 19 Rue des Libraires 13, Rue de La Medersa Slimania, Tunis 1006, Tunisia
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Reviewed 24 February 2017

The place was mostly abandoned the day I walked through the door. A cleaner was slowly sweeping the courtyard and a few pigeons strutted about, but that was about the sum total activity. The tiles are lovely, so if you are interested, take a look....More

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Reviewed 28 June 2016

I have spent many hours walking through el Medina. I found this place by a chance. The place shows it former glory, but it is very neglected and it needs a lot patient restoration (not only renovation). However, it is still worth of visiting it,...More

Thank MLMaj
Reviewed 10 November 2014

Worth a look if you're interested in Islamic architecture and art. The main medersa has a nice and tasteful inner courtyard reminding of Western European monasteries - and taht courtyard offers the quiet you may need after strolling the old town market streets of Tunis.

2  Thank Sasportas
Reviewed 3 June 2013

It is pretty, it is no longer a school, the room appear to be rented for office space. However the key features are preserved.

2  Thank Theodora-x
Reviewed 25 December 2012

Visited Medrasa Suliymana (spelling?) one of the most helpful guides I have ever experienced - who did not expect, or ask for, a tip! In the courtyard was a fascinating display of photographs of the recent revolution.

4  Thank PhineasFogg54
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