it's not the most exciting museum i ever saw, but it's quite nice and it's said quite a lot about tunisia's daily lifestyle in the past.
This museum is in fact a typical house of the period (17th century) originally belonging to the Jellouli family (note different spelling). The house has a courtyard and several floors and the rooms are well displayed with many artefacts of the perio, including costumes. Among the attractions are some stunning examples of calligraphy. If you are in Sfax, this should... More
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