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Bardo museum; two museums in one!

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Im a professional national tour guide.

Polyglot, young and dynamic, with 15 years in the field, I invite you to discover the wealthy cultural and artistic heritage of my country. Tunisia is known as a sun and beach destination, but in fact it has many surprises, especially for the most curious tourists. By the way, my Tunisia is much richer than what is usually shown. So come and watch Tunisia through my eyes. You will not regret it.

The Bardo museum is the oldest and the most important of Tunisian museums. Over a century ago, it was established in the premises of a Beylical palace, for the most part built in the mid XIXth century, and which has retained all the features of a princely residence. It underwent several refurbishments to adapt to the expanding collections and to the ever-increasing flows of visitors, but today it is undergoing a huge restructuring plan to improve its visibility and legibility.

Thousands of objects originating from excavations carried out all over the country during the XIXth and XXth centuries are on display. These are divided into departments between fifty or so rooms and galleries, illustrating the various stages of Tunisia’s history, from prehistory to the middle of the last century, which in chronological order are prehistory, the Punic-Libyic period, the Roman and early Christian periods, with the Vandal and Byzantine eras, and finally, the Islamic period running to contemporary times.

Thanks to its collection of mosaics, the Bardo museum has gained an international reputation for the richest, the most varied and the most refined collection. Amongst the finest pieces it holds are the representation of Virgil surrounded by muses, or the pavement of Dionysos giving Ikarios the gift of the vine, or another celebrating the triumph of Neptune, to mention only a few of the key exhibits. But these are not the museum’s only assets.

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Como encontrarme: Bardo museum , in the main entrance!
Duración de tour: 2 horas

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