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Musee Dar Jallouli

Medina, Sfax 3000, Tunisia
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Nice small museum which needs a renewal

Nice and small museum without roof view. Clean place which needs some renovation. There has been a... read more

Reviewed 12 March 2016
GesaeuseQuilterin
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Sousse, Tunisia
Really nice museum!

This is a really nice museum. Small and pleasant. In the middle of Medina. The typical building is... read more

Reviewed 9 November 2015
Giorgia B
,
Pesaro, Italy
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12 Mar 2016
“Nice small museum which needs a renewal”
9 Nov 2015
“Really nice museum!”
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Medina, Sfax 3000, Tunisia
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Reviewed 12 March 2016

Nice and small museum without roof view. Clean place which needs some renovation. There has been a little information in arabic and french, missed a handout. Who has ever visited Mussee Dar Essid in Sousse (which I would compare in style and highly recommend if...More

Thank GesaeuseQuilterin
Reviewed 9 November 2015

This is a really nice museum. Small and pleasant. In the middle of Medina. The typical building is colorfull and great. There are few of traditional objects and clothes. Good experience!

Thank Giorgia B
Reviewed 26 November 2013

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.

Thank cienistwur
Reviewed 1 October 2013

The artefacts on display are very interesting but the real attraction is the house itself , once the home of a wealthy 17th Century merchant , well worth a visit. Just mins from the medina.

1  Thank Peter L
Reviewed 1 August 2013

here you can see many habitude of thos epeople that live here before and their traditionel clothes and way of cooking and way of decorate their house and ....and.....and....

Thank tounsiSfax
Reviewed 6 January 2012

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...More

1  Thank adspharm
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