Shepherd Entertainment takes you on a tour of Chebika, which was a military station called Ad Speculum in Roman times. Today,
thanks to the nearby spring it’s an oasis.
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In Roman times Chebika was a military station called Ad Speculum. Today thanks to the nearby spring it’s an oasis. The new settlement which is rather dull was built under the desolate ruins of the old village.
The buildings made of brick, stone and clay are covered the sand and therefore they’re almost invisible from the larger distance. Cheroko, the hot desert wind is very common here and when it arise it bring the sand storm which may last for eight to ten days. The extreme conditions of a desert are well known even a 30º temperature change can occur on one day.
Tunisia can be divided into four areas with very different weather conditions. The most extreme is the Sahara that the winter is cold and the atmosphere mountain as well and on the higher tarts of the Sahara region. The distribution of precipitation is erratic while Tunis, Haramet and Jerba received an average of 1,000 millimeters of rain 90 days. In the hills and on the planes is much larger amount falls within a few days.
The Vagies in this case are filled with water and the stream washes away everything in its way. Of course water is a valuable treasure here the precipitation forms the hydrographic and the plant life for the county which is rich in the seaside regions and on Cactum.
There is mild Mediterranean weather on the seaside. Whoever visits Tonesia in spring time or in the autumn does not need any kind of warm clothing. It’s different with travelers and back packers. They need to dress more carefully and they must carry different kinds of clothing. The summer months are often too hot for European people.
This is the season for the beaches. It’s much better to visit the town’s excavations and museums in May, September or October. There's no snow in the winter except in the upper regions of the hills and the area temperature does not go below 11 to 12 degrees even in January.