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Dar Ben Abdallah Museum

This museum is housed in 1978 in the heart of the medina of Tunis in a palace named after its former propriétaires.Il this traditional heritage Tunisians. Visitors will discover the true face Tunisians with its past, its traditions, patterns of beliefs and aspirations.

The museum has two main sections, one dedicated to family life with key events, and rituals. A second section is devoted to the public life of the city, with its institutions, mosques, markets, cafes, and especially its souks, economic life is evoked through the various trades.


"Dar Ben Abdallah"

the ENTER:
The front door opens into a museum entrance, the driba, richly paneled and surrounded by ceramic masonry banquettes, covered with mats. The two sqifas driba opens, the first in a glass panel in front of the door presents a plan of "Dar Ben Abdallah" and its environment, the second in another panel bears a text referring to the history of Tunis

tements et accessoires de toilette de la mariée.

HALL of childhood:
Opposite the front door, the QBU or alcove, presents a scene of the lady embroiderer, teacher brodrerie the two girls. In the right wing, three display windows of traditional costumes. In maqsura right, contains a great showcase traditional toys girls. In the left wing, where three windows are exposed to several styles of costumes traditional ceremonies. In maqsura left, a series of medicinal plants used by women.
ROOM 19th century:
A room that has all the traditional activities of women in their daily lives in Tunis in the 19th century (embroidery, weaving or knitting belts of fez) with the exposure of parts of female traditional costume of the 19th century in three windows.

ROOM wedding:
A room reserved for wedding ceremonies in Tunisia (jewelry, clothing, toiletries of the bride, compacts, combs and mirrors ....)

Des jeunes femmes en costumes de cérémonie, entourent la mariée installée en face.
ROOM rights:
A room that shows the types of men's suits in each social category on the occasion of a marriage application. The features range from the color of the jebba the grounds that decorate the way through, more or less elaborate, turban-wrapping. In another part are exhibited everyday objects used by humans (inkwells, a series of pipes and snuff boxes, canes, fans ...).

KITCHEN:
At the corner of the patio, at the bottom and right of the entrance door, a small hall gives access to an outdoor kitchen. This kitchen is a small open court, paved with stone floor, surrounded by two gates on the corner. The gantry opposite the input, instead of housing the food preparation, the right the cooking place. Reconstituted in this kitchen, you can see all the vessels of pottery, copper or wood.

Le costume masculin se veut le reflet de la catégorie sociale
Last Updated on Thursday, 16 December 2010 14:12