Documentaires Colonies. Tunis (Quartiers indigènes)

Title: Documentaires Colonies. Tunis (Quartiers indigènes)
Translated Title: 
Colonial Documentaries. Tunisia (Indigenous areas).
Tunisia (indigenous areas). Bab-El-Khadra is one of the gateways to the Moorish district. In the huge white spot formed by the neighborhood of Medina stands the slim silhouette of the minaret of the Great Mosque. It from the top of the Minaret that the Muezzin, member of the Muslim clergy, calls the faithful during times of prayer. The mosques are the most beautiful buildings in the indigenous district. Around the mosque there are souks, bazaars where Tunisian and oriental products are sold. There are many Moorish cafes here. Arabian dining. Arabian women do not walk around the streets without close to their entire face covered with a large black veil. These young women are not veiled. Courtyard of a rich home. A young native boy carries his bread bakery. The fountains are true monuments. In certain parts of the city, the water is procured through lift pumps of a somewhat rudimentary model. Some streets, narrow and winding, form obscure passages. The other, larger ones are bathed in the sun. The coachmen adorn their horses with tinsel. At the site of Halfaouine, the center of the Arab city, there is an abundance of activity. A inhabitant of the city and native of the very southern areas of Tunisia does not appear to be sad because of his distance from his original town.
Series Title: 
Documentaires Colonies
Translated Series Title: 
Colonial Documentaries
Series Subtitle: 
Colonial Documentaries