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Sidi Bou Said is a Tunisian city located on the top of a cliff, around 20 km from Tunis, the capital. In the 12th century, Abu Said El Beji arrived in the village and what is previously named “Jbal El Mnara” and established its Sufi sanctuary, that became later on his tomb. In the 1920’s, Rodolph d’Erlanger, a French baron, applied the blue and white colors in all the city buildings. Thanks to its bright colors and light, Sidi Bou Said have inspired many famous artists such as Paul Klee and Gustave-Henri Jossot. Know days, the city is known for its art galleries, its phenomenal views on the Mediterranean see and the bay of Tunis, its typical Tunisian architecture and its welcoming cafés. That what makes it today a Tunisian symbol.

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