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Roman Coliseum- El Djem, Tunisia Royalty Free Stock Photo
Roman Coliseum- El Djem, Tunisia Royalty Free Stock Photo
Roman Coliseum- El Djem, Tunisia Royalty Free Stock Photo
Roman Coliseum- El Djem, Tunisia Royalty Free Stock Photo
Roman Coliseum- El Djem, Tunisia Royalty Free Stock Photo
Roman Coliseum- El Djem, Tunisia Royalty Free Stock Photo
Roman Coliseum- El Djem, Tunisia Royalty Free Stock Photo
Roman Coliseum- El Djem, Tunisia
Roman Coliseum- El Djem, Tunisia Royalty Free Stock Photo
Roman Coliseum- El Djem, Tunisia Royalty Free Stock Photo
Roman Coliseum- El Djem, Tunisia Royalty Free Stock Photo
Roman Coliseum- El Djem, Tunisia Royalty Free Stock Photo
Roman Coliseum- El Djem, Tunisia Royalty Free Stock Photo
Roman Coliseum- El Djem, Tunisia Royalty Free Stock Photo
Roman Coliseum- El Djem, Tunisia Royalty Free Stock Photo
El Djem (Latin Thysdrus) is a town in Mahdia Governorate, Tunisia, population 18,302 (2004 census). It is home to some of the most impressive Roman remains in Africa. The city was built, like almost all Roman settlements in Tunisia, on former Punic settlements. The Colosseum is also depicted on the Italian version of the five-cent euro coin.


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