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Tunisia is a country in the far north of Africa. The population, according to the results of the July 2017 census, is 11,403,800 people, the territory is 163,610 km2. It ranks 82nd in the world in terms of population and ninety-first in terms of territory.
The capital is Tunis. The official language is Arabic.
A unitary state, a presidential republic. Since October 23, 2019, the President of Tunisia is Cais Said. Administratively, it is divided into 24 vilayets.
It is bordered by the Mediterranean Sea to the north and east, Algeria to the west, and Libya to the southeast. About a third of the country's territory is occupied by the eastern spurs of the Atlas Mountains, the rest of the territory is covered with savannas and is mostly deserted."
About 98% of the population professes Islam.
An agrarian-industrial country with a dynamically developing economy. The volume of GDP at purchasing power parity in 2011 amounted to 100.3 billion US dollars (about 9500 US dollars per capita). The monetary unit is the Tunisian dinar.
In 1705, the state of Tunisia was created under the rule of the Beys of the Husseinid dynasty, who recognized the sultan only as a religious leader. In 1881-1883, France established its protectorate over Tunisia, including it in its colonial empire. It has been an independent State since 1956.

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Exclusive bird hunting in Tunisia
The thrush is the most beloved small game of European hunters, the musician thrush is a type of thrush that is most often found in Tunisia