Welcome to Majaz al Bab, a small town located in northern Tunisia that offers a unique blend of history and natural beauty. One of the town’s major attractions is the Commonwealth War Grave site, which commemorates almost 2,000 men who died during the North African campaign, including Operation Torch and the Tunisia Campaign, during World War II. The Medjez-El-Bab Memorial is a must-see for history buffs and those who want to pay their respects to the fallen soldiers. In addition to its historical significance, Majaz al Bab is also home to extensive haouanet, ancient sepulchral chambers that were used until the Roman Empire. Visitors can explore these fascinating structures and learn about their Numidian origins. Majaz al Bab was also a civitas of the Roman province of Africa Proconsolaris called Membressa during the Roman Empire. It was the site of the Battle of the Bagradas River (536) where the Byzantine general Belisarius was victorious over the rebel Stotzas. The town was also the seat of a Christian Bishopric and a Bishop Victor attended the Concilium Lateranense in 649. History buffs will enjoy exploring the many ruins and artifacts that can be found in the area. The town is also surrounded by stunning natural landscapes, including the Plaine de la Medjerda. Visitors can enjoy hiking, bird watching, and exploring the local flora and fauna. The town’s location at the intersection of roads GP5 and GP6 make it easy to explore other parts of Tunisia, including nearby cities like Tunis and Sousse. Finally, no trip to Majaz al Bab would be complete without indulging in some of the local cuisine. From traditional Tunisian dishes to international fare, the town offers a diverse range of dining options to suit every taste and budget. Whether you’re a history buff, nature lover, or foodie, Majaz al Bab has something for everyone. Come and discover this hidden gem for yourself!