Tunisia, in northern Africa, is the smallest nation in the Atlas mountain region and the most northern country in Africa. Algeria is to the west, Libya to the southeast, and the Mediterranean Sea to the north and to the east. In size, Tunisia is 63,170 square miles with a population of about 10.4 million. The official language spoken here is Arabic, and French is the second language. Tunis is the capital and the largest city in Tunisia. Officially known as the Tunisian Republic, the government is a republic. The President of Tunisia is Zine El Abidine Ben Ali and its Prime Minister is Mohamed Ghannouchi. Economically, Tunisia has prospered from oil and gas extraction and a flourishing real estate market. It has a Gross Domestic Product of $82.6 billion and a per capita of $8,002. Once a French colony, Tunisia got its independence on March 20, 1956. Historically, Tunisia, because of its strategic military location, has been invaded by many of themajor powers in world history. First, it was Carthage, the pride of the Phoenician Empire, then it became the "bread basket" of the Roman Empire. The Vandals conquered it in the 5th century AD, the Byzantines in the 6th, and the Arabs in the 8th. In later centuries, it was occupied by the Turks followed by the French. WorldTVRadio Tuner for Tunisia has six radio station, broadcasting in Arabic from Tunis and webcasts. The formats are Folklore and General Station. If you would like to listen to entertaining and informative radio shows from Tunisia, it’s easy to do and free to try. All you have to do is click a radio station link to launch it.

:: World TVRT internet radio from :: Tunisia

Internet radio stations currently available through worldtvradio
Station Name LanguageChannel TypeSpeedCityVisits
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Radio Mosaique 94.9 FMFrenchFolklore16Tunis670
Radio Musicana Alternative ChannelArabicFolklore64Webcast185
Radio Musicana Classic Arabic ChannelArabicFolklore24Webcast231
Radio Tounes BlediFrenchGeneral Station24Webcast82
Radio Tounes BlediArabicGeneral Station24Webcast102
Tunisian National RadioArabicFolklore16Tunis202

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