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Tunisia - download georeferenced map set

Tunisia - download georeferenced map set Total in map set49 maps of0,2Gb
Updated inJuly 2014 (added 25 maps)
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View topographic map i32-065 View topographic map i32-053 View topographic map h32-031

Soviet military 1:100 000 (3 maps)

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View topographic map i32-14 in the area of Ferkane View topographic map i32-34 View topographic map i32-35 in the area of Bir Oum Souich, Dehibat View topographic map h32-16 in the area of Ghadames East View topographic map i32-29 View topographic map i32-09 View topographic map j32-30 in the area of Kelibia, Scauri View topographic map i32-04 in the area of Henchir El Fercha, Maktar, Ousseltia View topographic map h32-11 View topographic map h32-17 View topographic map h32-04 View topographic map h32-05 View topographic map i32-27 View topographic map i32-05 in the area of Ksour-essaf View topographic map i32-10 View topographic map j32-28 in the area of Djebel Abiod, El Bathane, Menzel Djemil View topographic map i32-28 View topographic map j32-35 in the area of Sainte Marie Du Zit View topographic map i32-12 View topographic map i32-30 View topographic map j32-33 in the area of Lamy View topographic map j32-27 in the area of Yusuf View topographic map i32-26 View topographic map i32-16 View topographic map i32-03 in the area of Ouenza View topographic map i32-33 View topographic map i32-06 View topographic map i32-17 View topographic map i32-24 View topographic map j32-34 in the area of Le Sers, Oulad Cheikh Ayed, Pont Du Fahs View topographic map h32-10 View topographic map i32-23 in the area of Arram, Kettana, Toujane View topographic map i32-20 View topographic map i32-22 View topographic map i32-11 in the area of Sfax, Triaga View topographic map i32-21 in the area of Nouil, Sabria View topographic map i32-15 View topographic map i32-36 in the area of Scecsciuch, Tigi View topographic map j32-29 in the area of Tunis, Ben Arous

Soviet military 1:200 000 (39 maps)

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View topographic map i32-1 in the area of Ouenza, Guentis, Pasteur View topographic map h32-2 in the area of Ghadames East View topographic map j32-4 in the area of Tunis, Kelibia, Sainte Marie Du Zit, Scauri View topographic map j32-3 in the area of Annaba, El Arrouch, Oued Athmenia, El Milia View topographic map i32-2 in the area of Sfax, Maktar, Ousseltia, Henchir El Fercha View topographic map i32-4 in the area of Kettana, Arram, Bir Oum Souich View topographic map i32-3 in the area of El Tenedla, Nouil, Robbah

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Topographic map set of Tunisia includes maps of North Tel, High Tel maps, Al-Shanab maps, Shat Al-Jara maps, and also maps of the river Madjardak, Medjerda maps, Melleg maps and Sidi Tui maps. You will find as well maps of the city Tunis, Carthage maps, Hammamet maps, Nabeul maps, Coral Bank maps, Bizerte maps, El Kef maps, Tabarka maps, Sousse maps, Kairouan maps, Monastir maps, Mehadia maps, Sfax maps, Gafsa maps and maps of oases Mides, Shebika and Tamerza.

Tunisia is a country situated in Arab North Africa. Tunisia is one of the Maghreb countries, which also include Morocco and Algeria. Of these three countries, Tunisia is the smallest. In the north and east, Tunisia is washed by the Mediterranean Sea. Tunisia is bounded by Libya in the south-east and Algeria in the west. The length of Tunisia’s coastline is 1,200 km. The area of Tunisia is 164, 000 sq km.

Relief. The mountainous area in the north of Tunisia occupies one third of the total area of Tunisia and is dominated by two mountain ranges, the North Tel (north) and the High Tel (south). The highest point of Tunisia, Mount Al-Shanab (1,544 m), is situated near the border with Algeria. The central region of Tunisia is a vast plateau at an altitude of 500 m. There are a lot of small salt lakes in the south of the country, the largest of which is Lake Shat Al-Jara. The most southern part of Tunisia is covered by the sands of the Sahara Desert.

Rivers. The Madjardak is the largest river in Tunisia (460 km) and the only one that does not dry out in summer. Other rivers flowing through Tunisia include the Medjerda, the Melleg and the El Maazul. The water bodies of Tunisia also include the Munshasir, the Henafes, the Tawil El Sabri, the Al Muntantasir and the Tiyarat wells.

National Parks and Reserves. Sidi Tui is the most important national park in Tunisia, covering an area of 6,315 hectares. It is a unique protected zone.


Tunis is the capital of Tunisia (since 1956) and the country’s main port situated on the shores of Lake Tunis. This is a very unique city, which combines most recently built spa centers, the traditional Muslim architecture and a large number of interesting museums and markets.

35 km from the capital lie the ruins of the ancient city of Carthage (founded in 814 BC), the capital of one of the most powerful ancient countries.

Hammamet is an ancient fishing port and one of the most popular sea resorts in the country, that lies along the coast, 70 km south-east of the capital.

The city of Nabeul is found 7 km north of Hammamet. It was founded more in the 4th cent. BC (formerly known as Neapolis).

Along the northern coast of the country lie the rocky beaches of the Coral Bank, surrounded by cliffs, reefs and historic ruins.

Bizerte (65 km to the north of Tunisia) is famous for its magnificent forests growing on the slopes of an extinct volcano, as well as its well-preserved casbah (6th -17th cent.) and the Spanish Fort (1570).

Tabarka is an ancient Phoenician port with a Genoa fortress (16th cent.) and picturesque rocks. The city lies at the foot of the Krumiriya rocks.

El Kef (Le Kef) is a small picturesque town surrounded by olive groves and situated in a mountainous area at an altitude of over 800 m.

The city of Sousse is a famous tourist center of Tunisia. Its recreational opportunities are being used effectively. This is the third largest city of Tunisia and it offers perfect conditions for a modern holiday, including excursions, active recreation and relaxation.

Kairouan, the “Holy City”, lies 60 km south-west of Sousse. It was founded in 670 BC. In the Islamic world, Kairouan is considered the fourth most important shrine after Mecca, Medina and Jerusalem.

24 km south of Sousse lies Monastir, an international recreational center. The main historical attraction of Monastir is the ruins of Rabat Hartem, defence structures dated the 8th cent.

45 km south of Monastir lies Mehdia, an ancient Punic port and the capital of Tunisia in the time of the Fatimid Dynasty. Most importantly, the city boasts its luxurious white sand beaches with a relatively small number of tourists.

Sfax, which is the second largest city of Tunisia after the capital, lies south of Mahdia, on the northern cape of the Gulf of Gabes.

The major attractions of Gafsa, the biggest city in the south of Tunisia and one of the oldest cities in the country, include a 15th-centrury fortress and the Great Mosque.

There are beautiful landscapes between Gafsa and Tozeur, including the most beautiful oases of Tunisia, Mides, Shebika and Tamerza.


Modern infrastructure, exceptional natural conditions and the hospitality of the locals contribute to an unforgettable holiday in Tunisia, both for lovers of peace and fans of endless entertainment. Tourist resorts, such as Hammamet, Sousse, Monastir and Tabarka, that decorate catalogs and brochures about Tunis, in reality look just like the images from the glossy pages. These resorts win the hearts of their visitors by their beauty and tourists are eager to visit them whatever it takes to get here. They do not even have a clue that they have settled near less glamorous and interesting resorts, such as Mehdia, Ghar el-Mel, Bizerte and Nabeul, which have a smaller of visitors and can be more comfortable because of that.

Lovers of a wide variety of active entertainment come to Tunisia for a big dose of joy.

No doubt, yachting enthusiasts have heard about the excellent conditions of the Tabarka resort, the Jasmine Hammamet yacht club and a luxurious artificial harbor called Marina, on the outskirts of Sousse, at which over 350 yachts can be moored at a time.

Fans of surfing and windsurfing will get a lot of pleasure out of a holiday spent in Tunisia, which is especially unique in Tabarka.

Climate. Tunisia has a Mediterranean mild climate, with rainy winters and hot dry summers. The average temperature on the Mediterranean coast is +33°C in August and +14°C in January. The annual rainfall reaches 1,000-1,500 mm in the north and only 100-200 mm in the south.

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