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White & blue that you will find everywhere in every building, in every street and this is an example of a typical quaint little alley in Nabeul coastal town on the Hammamet Gulf. It was formerly a Phoenician settlement, destroyed by the Romans in 146 BC and later rebuilt as a Roman colony called Neapolis.

A great place to roam with loads of photogenic doors and entrance ways to little houses and shops to be found. A house such as this is without windows and often have inside garden and rooms behind on the other side.


It gives such a quietness and a relaxing way to get in touch with this part of town


Setting: 10 mm, 1/60 sec, F16, ISO Raw 200, 1430 hrs

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