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North Africa American Cemetery and Memorial

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You might be in Tunis for the amazing Medina or the breathtaking ruins, but this place is... read more

Reviewed May 10, 2018
Julie B
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Must-Visit for Any American to Tunisia

The cemetery provides a respectful, sober setting to remember and thank those who died during World... read more

Reviewed April 30, 2018
Damon W
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Open Hours: Monday-Friday 09:00-16:00. Closed on Weekends
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10 miles from the city of Tunis | 5 Miles From Its Airport, Tunis, Tunisia
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Reviewed May 10, 2018 via mobile

You might be in Tunis for the amazing Medina or the breathtaking ruins, but this place is definitely worth a detour to get a very different take on the country. The North Africa American cemetery is very well maintained thanks to the great work of...More

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Reviewed April 30, 2018

The cemetery provides a respectful, sober setting to remember and thank those who died during World War II in the North Africa campaign or other mishaps in Africa or on the Mediterranean. The staff are both incredible guides offering compelling stories and details about the...More

1  Thank Damon W
Reviewed March 24, 2018

I visited this place while staying in Tunisia, as an American veteran. It was a surprise to find it and was amazing. Very quiet, super clean. I really enjoyed it. They say no pics/videos inside but I was able to get many as the place...More

1  Thank AbuBrandon
Reviewed March 7, 2018 via mobile

What a great spot to tour. Very interesting spot to learn about the history of Tunisia and all of North Africa. The grounds are truly immaculate and the staff has done a great job of making it a very memorable experience. You can see it...More

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Reviewed February 6, 2018

This site is a very well kept and manicured attraction. If possibl, have a guide to inform and report on the history of this historic site. I must for all

Thank Frank G
Reviewed September 8, 2017

We really enjoyed our visit to this American Cemetery. The history of the battles is very well presented in wall map ad mosaics. Most people have no idea how important North Africa was in WWII. WE were also glad we went in the last afternoon...More

1  Thank ArrivingSoon
Reviewed April 17, 2017

As with other overseas military cemeteries, this place is immaculate. Staff are very knowledgeable and can tell you about many of the people buried here. Highly recommend if in Tunis. We were able to catch a cab just outside the gate to go back to...More

3  Thank Emily M
Reviewed February 5, 2017 via mobile

I had the distinct pleasure to visit and pay my respects to those from the Greatest Generation who made the ultimate sacrifice to defeat evil in WWII. This is a must for all Americans who might have the opportunity to visit Tunis! It is only...More

3  Thank PappyManson
Reviewed August 26, 2016

A very humbling and beautiful place, immaculately kept. Reading the names, epitaphs, and, the ages of those interred here lends one a sense of the costs of war. There is a long wall inscribed with names of those lost whose remains were never found. The...More

4  Thank Steve M
Reviewed May 8, 2016

Closed on weekends. Truly a moving and must do visit if you are an American in Tunis. The mosaics depicting the scheme of the war as well as the words etched in English, French and Arabic make this distinctly North African-- but the layout of...More

4  Thank catatonia_10
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Betty Bennett M
February 11, 2016|
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Response from Henoud S |
I don't know if you still interested, i will go to tunisia and can check this out for you
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Response from robijntje |
I went to the cemetery and took lots of pictures. Please let me know how I can send them to you.
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