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Like most Muslim countries, homosexuality is illegal.
People who try to remove antiquities without the right government permits may be arrested, and have a very long delay added to their departure.
Make very sure that if any of your purchases are antique, you obtain the proper permission!
Getting arrested when you‘re trying to leave will definitely but a serious dent in your experience.
Tunisia does not allow photographs to be taken of embassies, military or government buildings, as well as other sensitive places.