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Tunisia 10 Dinars 2005

Item Code: TN-90

Front: El Abidine Mosque in Carthage; The large "7" represents the coup d'etat of
7 November 1987; Phoenician Princess Elyssa (Elissar, Elishat), founder of Carthage;
Back: Roman ruins in Dougga (Thugga*); Parabolic satellite antenna;
Watermark: Queen Elissa founder of Carthage.

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Dimensions: 145 x 73 mm

*Remark: Dougga was originally a fortified Berber village (Thugga meant "pastures"). Later, it served as the seat of
the Numidian king Masinissa in the 2nd century BC. The Romans occupied the city in the late 2nd century BC. Dougga
declined under Byzantine, then Vandal, occupation. Dougga was designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1997.


Texts: Banque Centrale de Tunisie. Central Bank of Tunisia. Dix Dinars. Ten Dinars.

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