The town of Fayoum is located in Tunis.
The history of Tunis Village
Two Egyptian poets in the 1960s pushed their fellow countrymen to seek professions in the arts. Since Evelyne Porret moved there in the 1980s and created a house, it has become one of the most famous places in Switzerland. Almost immediately, they turned it into an art school for the neighborhood’s young people, teaching them how to make ceramics.
Tunis Village is a village in Egypt’s capital city of Tunis. There is no shortage of young people in this town making ceramics so that they may support themselves and their loved ones.
Non-Tunisians often buy properties in Tunis Hamlet, therefore running into non-Tunisians on a regular basis is not uncommon.
Visit the village and make your own pottery, as well as admire and purchase the work of these young artisans.
Pottery shops may have plants that are difficult to locate yet lovely. It is possible to find a variety of trees and shrubs, including the “Bottle Brush tree,” “Spikey Silk Cotton Tree,” the “Rose bushes,” the “pomegranate bushes” and a number of arbours covered with fruits and flowers.
Evening meals in Tunis Village typically include an Egyptian dish made in the Fayoum fashion for breakfast. Relaxing in the Village’s quiet surroundings, you may meet friendly inhabitants and take delight in the Nubian and Tunisian-style homes and villas that make up the Village’s architecture.
Our Tunis Village Fayoum One-Day Tour gives you an opportunity to rest and unwind. During our two-day trip to the Tunisian town of Fayoum, you’ll have plenty of opportunity to relax and unwind.
Make sure to bring a hat, sunscreen, sunglasses, and extra water if you intend on visiting Tunish Village between May and October.
We ask that you wear comfortable, low-heeled shoes while you’re out and about in the city. The smoothness of the road surface doesn’t always enhance the appearance of the town.
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