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Tunisia flag information

Description flag of Tunisia

red with a white disk in the center bearing a red crescent nearly encircling a red five-pointed star; the crescent and star are traditional symbols of Islam

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Official country name

Tunisian Republic

Short name


Local names

Al Jumhuriyah at Tunisiyah (long)
Tunis (short)


Tunisian(s) (noun) Tunis (adjective)

Languages spoken

Arabic (official and one of the languages of commerce), French (commerce)



Government type



10,383,577 ranked 79, (data 2008)


strategic location in central Mediterranean; Malta and Tunisia are discussing the commercial exploitation of the continental shelf between their countries, particularly for oil exploration. The lowest point is Shatt al Gharsah -17 m.


Coastline 1,148 km.

Land borders

1,424km, Algeria 965 km, Libya 459 km.

Administrative divisions

24 governorates; Ariana (Aryanah), Beja (Bajah), Ben Arous (Bin 'Arus), Bizerte (Banzart), Gabes (Qabis), Gafsa (Qafsah), Jendouba (Jundubah), Kairouan (Al Qayrawan), Kasserine (Al Qasrayn), Kebili (Qibili), Kef (Al Kaf), Mahdia (Al Mahdiyah), Manouba (Manubah), Medenine (Madanin), Monastir (Al Munastir), Nabeul (Nabul), Sfax (Safaqis), Sidi Bou Zid (Sidi Bu Zayd), Siliana (Silyanah), Sousse (Susah), Tataouine (Tatawin), Tozeur (Tawzar), Tunis, Zaghouan (Zaghwan)


20 March 1956 (from France)