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Bibliothèque Nationale de Tunisie: Pic of the Week

I was recently in Tunisia and, as is typical of Law Library staff, could not resist searching out the country’s National Library in Tunis.  While the library is now housed in a modern, state of the art structure, I was able to track down its more historic location.  This task was easier said than done as the entrance, pictured below, is hidden in the maze of covered passageways and alleys that make up the capital city’s Medina.

One Comment

  1. Kristina A.
    July 21, 2012 at 8:42 am

    Amazing. I hope you were able to go inside too!

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