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The guardian of the Ksour: remainders of the past and shadows of the present in South East Tunisia


Among the thousands antiques scrupulously guarded in the “office” of Mr. Fethi, it is the photocopy of a big book that catches my attention more than anything else. I suddenly forget the documents, the postcards, the coins, and all kind of old items that Fethi, the keeper of the café-museum of the ksour of Medenine, shows us telling a story for each of them.

Among the thousands antiques scrupulously guarded in the “office” of Mr. Fethi, it is the photocopy of a big book that catches my attention more than anything else. I suddenly forget the documents, the postcards, the coins, and all kind of old items that Fethi, the keeper of the café-museum of the ksour of Medenine, shows us telling a story for each of them.

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