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Cap Bon

Cap Bon seen from space (false color)

Cap Bon (Arabic: الرأس الطيب‎), also Watan el-kibli,[1] is a peninsula in far northeastern Tunisia. It is located at around . It is surrounded by the Gulf of Tunis in the north. Towns located on the peninsula include Nabeul, Kelibia and Menzel Temime. The ruins of the Punic town Kerkouane are located here.

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  1. ^ - Britannica Concise
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