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- Bulla Regia
- Alt Name:
- Ancient Rome
- 100BC - 1BC
- Jendouba, Tabarka,
- El Jem Amphitheatre, The Bardo Museum,
about Bulla Regia
Bulla Regia is a significant Ancient Roman archaeological site in Tunisia with a fascinating set of subterranean villas and other monuments.
Tunisia was annexed into the Roman Empire in approximately 46 BC, under Julius Caesar. Previously a Berber site, Bulla Regia flourished under the Romans, who built a series of monuments and public buildings in the area, such as its amphitheatre.
Amongst the remains at Bulla Regia, there are its famous two-storey villas, with the lower storey located underground to protect its inhabitants from the elements. A further characteristic of these villas is the fact that many of them contain original Roman mosaics, still in situ.
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Address: Route C59, Northwest Tunisia
Phone: Contact local tourist office
Bulla Regia is located approximately 60km south of Tabarka in Tunisia. Several tour companies go there – ask your hotel.
Open daily, 8am-6pm. Entry costs 2 DT, 1 DT extra for camera.
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