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Independence / Republic Days
Independence from France March 20, 1956
- The Tunisian revolution 18 December 2010

Capital
Tunis

Current Time in Tunis (Tunisia)

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Calling code
216

Currency
Tunisian dinar (TND)

Geographic Coordinates
36°50'N 10°9'E

Official languages
Arabic

Tunisia Flag Description
Red with a white disk in the center bearing a red crescent nearly encircling a red five-pointed star; resembles the Ottoman flag (red banner with white crescent and star) and recalls Tunisia's history as part of the Ottoman Empire; red represents the blood shed by martyrs in the struggle against oppression, white stands for peace; the crescent and star are traditional symbols of Islam.

note: the flag is based on that of Turkey, itself a successor state to the Ottoman Empire

Tunisia : National Anthem
Defenders of the Homeland

O defenders of the Homeland!
Rally around to the glory of our time!
The blood surges in our veins,
We die for the sake of our land.

Let the heavens roar with thunder
Let thunderbolts rain with fire.
Men and youth of Tunisia,
Rise up for her might and glory.
No place for traitors in Tunisia,
Only for those who defend her!
We live and die loyal to Tunisia,
A life of dignity and a death of glory.

As a nation we inherited
Arms like granite towers.
Holding aloft our proud flag flying,
We boast of it, it boasts of us,
Arms that achieve ambitions and glory,
Sure to realize our hopes,
Inflict defeat on foes,
Offer peace to friends.
When the people will to live,
Destiny must surely respond.
Oppression shall then vanish.
Fetters are certain to break.
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