Just 120 miles west of the capital city of Tunisia, Accuracy of archaeological city area of 70 HA over the plateau of the olive trees and surrounded by wheat fields, witness the civilization that inhabited the region and contributed to their prosperity for centuries.
Soon the town téboursouk, meet you the city Accuracy of archaeological , founded in the fourth century BC, then became the capital of the Kings of Numidia, and the seat of the local Princes and indigenous archaeological sites that oversees the high plateaus and slopes twisted Troy restored Roman city design and maintain Newly landmarks, wheat fields and extended olive about historical landmarks, picturesque landscapes problem.
From great distances, sounds effects visible through masts interface ‘ majestic ‘ Capitol Temple which recalls the greatness of the Emperor Antonius Pius, who ruled the country, Temple select topography site after repair work that was at the beginning of the last century where oversees height on the Plains surrounding the Wadi Khaled In the city.
This temple was built which was inhabited the Roman Caesar (Governor), featuring luxurious stone bases rise majestically in the beginning of the second half of the second century a.d. and was completed between 166 and 167, this building is one of the most beautiful Roman monuments in Tunisia in North Africa.
This was a Roman temple which is considered a symbol of sovereignty and the Roman force and eternity, dedicated to the worship of the divine Trinity of Rome (Jupiter, Minerva, Juno), Roman style and was built by the Stadium opens on the gate with four walls at the entrance and side force (length 8.5 m diameter and 0.85 m), There are inside a room ‘ held meetings ‘ Holy of Holies ‘ and is a rectangular room, at the end there are three haniat to be put inside the statues of gods in the apse which is located in the Center is the statue of Jupiter and Juno’s statue side and another lmnirva.
At the top there is a notable pattern represents a man carried on the Eagle and is a reference for next emperor Antonius Pius, who ruled between 138 and 161 a.d., in front of the Capitol, its courtyard Temple stairs to climb to the building which stands on a platform height of 2 meters.
Not unlike the Tunisian city of architecture ‘ precise ‘ traditional Roman city architecture, such as the city of Pompeii in Italy and Jerash in Jordan, the Roman architectural style seems obvious and evident, along with religious monuments, the city that turned Tunisia into one of the most important archaeological sites in Her country and UNESCO’s world heritage, the great number of the most beautiful monuments, including the Roman Theatre which seats more than 3500 people.