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Sousse's Medina. Ribat - a fortified monastery Sousse
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Ribat - a fortified monastery. Now a museum.


Sousse's Medina - the so-called "old town" - an Oriental bazaar, with an abundance of selling, fruit, souvenirs to all sorts of leather products, carpets, silverware. In such a market you need to bargain, because original price is usually inflated by 70-80%

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