Provinz Tunesien (de)
Province of the Duchy of Brunswick
Tunisia Coat of arms of Tunisia.svg
Provincial Flag Coat of Arms of the Province of Tunisia
Tunisia (orthographic projection).svg
Capital Tunis
Official language German (de facto), Arabic, French
Demonym Moroccan
Government Type
- Monarch
- Statthalter
Constitutional Monarchy
Princess Victoria
Theo Thuengen
Total Area 63,170 sq. mi.
Time Zone CET

The Province of Tunisia (German: Provinz von Morokko) is a province of the Duchy of Brunswick. The province is made up of the former Republic of Tunisia. It is bordered by the provinces of Libya and Algeria. Its capital is Tunis.


Phoenicians settled Tunisia in the 12th century B.C. The city-state Carthage controlled much of the western Mediterranean by the 6th and 5th centuries. The city-state was destroyed by 146 B.C. by the Romans in the Punic Wars. Carthage remained a part of the Roman Empire until the Arabs conquered the city-state from A.D. 648-669. Carthage was ruled by Arab and Berber dynasties before the Turks conquered from 1570-1574 and kept it until the 19th century. France recognized Tunisia’s independence and sovereignty in 1956 and it became a republic in 1957.

Tunisia became a part of the Duchy in 2010.

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