Berber villages

The Berbers, natives of Tunisia, have retained their lifestyle, language and traditions. Facing the harshness of the climate, their villages are often isolated in a harsh and austere mountainous area carved into the rock or in mountain slopes in cave-shaped dwellings protected from the extreme heat, as Matmata troglodyte village, thepeak villages Chenini, Douiret, Guermessa and many others with unique splendor and originality as Toujene, Tamezert, Zrawa...

Chenini is an ancient berber village constructed into the tops of two mountains only separated by a …

Guermessa is a mountain ruined  Berber village along the hilltop to the west of Tataouine. It …

Douiret is a mountain perched village located in the southern part of Tunisia 28 km from Tataouine. …

Matmata is a trogoldyte village hanging on a mountainside, at a height of about 600 m  located …

Toujene is a peculiar village perched in the mountains, clinging to the rocky mountain side located …

Tamezret is an amazing mountain village located southeast of the country, about ten 11 km from …

Beni Zelten is situated in the heart of the mountains of Dhahar, it is a small Berber village where …

Zrawa is located a few kilometers from Matmata in the heart of the mountains of Dhahar. Zrawa is a …

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