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Another one of the Guellala Museum.

This one has very little PP - only some increased saturation and sharpning.

The rest of this note is shared with my other posts of the place (I, II, IV and V).

The museum is fairly big, featuring a large collection of traditional artifacts used in the near past in daily life, economic activities, ceremonies, and festivities, most of them staged with dummies and music. Although a bit naive (or because of that), it's a charming place to visit, specially if you have children. It's located in a low hill on the top of the village of Guellala, facing the small Gulf of Bou Grara, the shalow piece of sea that separates the island from the continent. From its entrance one enjoys a very nice view of the village, the gulf and the mainland.

Guellala is famous all over Tunisia for its pottery and it looks like this was one of the main reasons to have the museum built here.

You may find aditional notes on Jerba on the first of my posts of the museum.

I have a 'travelogue' of this trip of mine to Tunisia (not a real travelogue, I have set it up just to group the posts).

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