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le pavillon du bélvedère
Tunisia

le pavillon du belvédaire "kobbet Al Haoua" est un édifice qui remonte au 17ème siècle. son nom signifie "la coupole aux brises" mais peut aussi bien signifier "la coupole de l'amour". les deux terminologies sont trés bien adaptées aux lieux: petit pavillon de fraicheur au coeur de Tunis, la coupole est aujourd'hui le repère des amoureux.

Copyright: Walid Maarouf Bel Haj Ali
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Taken: 14/05/2011
Uploaded: 15/05/2011
Updated: 07/08/2014
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Tags: belvedere; pavillon; nature; architecture; tunis; tunisie
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