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The country of Tunisia celebrates it’s independence from France on March 20. Tunisia, which is slightly larger then the state of georgia is located in northern Africa. It lays between Algeria and Libya. The countries capital city, Tunis, is on the Mediterranean sea. Do you know why the Tunisian flag has a crescent and a star on it. They our symbols of Islam, which is Tunisias leading religion.

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The country of Tunisia celebrates its independence from France on March 20. Tunisia, which is slightly larger than the state of Georgia, is located in northern Africa. It lies between Algeria and Libya. The country's capital city, Tunis, is on the Mediterranean Sea. Do you know why the Tunisian flag has a crescent and a star on it? They are symbols of Islam, which is Tunisia's leading religion.


Article by Gary Hopkins
Education World® Editor in Chief
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03/2005