A street of the Tunisian city in Malja , Jendouba
|• Ayoub Hajji||Ayoub Hajji|
|Elevation||143 m (469 ft)|
|Time zone||CET (UTC+1)|
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Jendouba (Arabic: جندوبة; known as Souk El Arba until 30 April 1966) is a large city in northwestern Tunisia, and capital of the Jendouba Governorate. It is an important crossroads with many road links to other towns such as El Kef, Tabarka, Ain Draham and Béja. The main economic activity is agriculture. The University of Jendouba known for agriculture education, also full interdisplinary university. It is close to the famous ancient Roman city of Bullaregia or Bulla Regia, as well as the ancient marble quarry of Chemtou.
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