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Views and Portraits of Tunisia, 1860

Albumen prints of places, views, and portraits made in 1860 in various places in Tunisia.
Africa, Tunis, woman
1859
1859
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1903
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1903
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Tunis. La Mosquée Becquia / ND Phot.

Tunis. La Mosquée Becquia / ND Phot.

Street lined with shop stalls, mosque in background, Tunis, Tunisia.

Tunis. La Porte de France / ND Phot.

Tunis. La Porte de France / ND Phot.

People in street in front of gate, Tunis, Tunisia.

Woman of Tunis

Woman of Tunis

Tunisian woman, three-quarter length portrait, seated, facing left.

Tunis. Une mosquée / ND Phot.

Tunis. Une mosquée / ND Phot.

Mosque on street, Tunis, Tunisia.

Africa, Tunis, woman

Africa, Tunis, woman

Woman, wearing low-cut blouse, laying on cot.

Tunis. La Mosquée Sidi-ben-Arous / ND Phot.

Tunis. La Mosquée Sidi-ben-Arous / ND Phot.

Mosque on street, Tunis, Tunisia.

Soldier standing guard

Soldier standing guard

Man holding rifle with bayonet outside an open door.

Tunis. La Porte de la Folle (Bab-Menara) / ND Phot.

Tunis. La Porte de la Folle (Bab-Menara) / ND Phot.

People passing under a gate, Tunis, Tunisia.

Tunis. Mosquée Sidi-ben-Ziaa / ND Phot.

Tunis. Mosquée Sidi-ben-Ziaa / ND Phot.

Street with mosque, Tunis, Tunisia.

Tunis. Porte du Collège / ND Phot.

Tunis. Porte du Collège / ND Phot.

Entrance to a school building, Tunis, Tunisia.

Africa. Tunis. Mosque

Africa. Tunis. Mosque

People walking down street from a mosque, the minaret is seen behind them.

Africa. Tunis

Africa. Tunis

Street scene in Tunis, Tunisia.

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