Borj El Amri
It was created by a decree of the Bey of Tunis in 1904. At that time it was known as Massicault in honor of Justin Massicault, the Resident General of France in Tunisia from 1886 to 1892. It was renamed Borj El Amri in 1961, in connection with an ancient fortress (borj).
It was renamed in 1961, it takes the name of Borj El Amri in connection with an ancient fortress Borj.
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