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Archaeology site of Haidra
|• Governor||Atef Boughatas|
|• Mayor||Jamel Saâdi|
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Haïdra (Arabic: حيدرة) is a city in western Tunisia, which was founded as a Roman city originally named Ammaedara. One of the oldest Roman cities in Africa, it was built on the border between the valleys and the Berber tribes.
- Postal code of Haïdra, GeoPostcodes
- Richard Stillwell, ed. Princeton Encyclopedia of Classical Sites, 1976: "Ammaedara (Haidra), Tunisia"
- (Arabic) Ahmed Jdey biography, kissas.org
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