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I am Turkish and live in Turkey. Do I need a visa to go to Tunisia for a 2 week holiday?

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Question found in Tourism & Travel
If you are a Turkish Citizen, then you can enjoy the "Visa Waiver" program benefit while visiting Tunisia. This can be accessed from the border and as per the program your passport will be stamped and you will be allowed to stay in the country for 3 months, if the purpose of visit is stated as Tourism.

A point to note here is that, this visa waiver program is valid only for touristic visits and if you are travelling to Tunisia for any other purpose (or want to stay longer than 3 months) you must apply for a Visa at the Tunisian diplomatic missions at your country.

I hope the above information is helpful.

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Where was the battle of Hastings?

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The Battle of Hastings, which is considered as the most decisive Norman victory in the Norman conquest of England, took place at the location of the present day town of Battle which is about 8 Kms from Hastings. In this Battle William, Duke of Normandy (William the Conqueror), defeated King Harold II and his Saxon army to become William I in 1066.

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From where was a massive evacuation of defeated allied troops organised in 1940?

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From the beaches at Dunkirk in France during June 1940

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What is the origin of the word 'Blighty', to describe Great Britain in days past?

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This word as our expert Journo has pointed out in his answer, is of Indian Origin. British officers in South Africa who had served in India used the word - which is an Anglicized form of the Indian word "vilayti," meaning European or Foreigner - to refer to their homeland. Vilāyatī was the word the Indians used to refer to the foreign people and since British people were the major Europeans the natives came in to the contact with it's application narrowed down to England and the British army started to use it as a synonym of Britain.

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What is the capital of Hungary?

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The capital of Hungary is situated on a curve in the River Danube and is called Budapest. The city offers one of the most panoramic views in all of the Europe and is the ninth largest city in the European Union. It is the principal political, cultural, commercial, industrial and transportation centre of Hungary.

The capital was formed on 17 November 1873 when the residential town called Buda situated on the right-bank, the industrial town of Pest situated on the left-bank and Óbuda situated in the north joined together to form a big cosmopolitan city.

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When was Queen Victoria born?

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Victoria who was the Queen of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland from 1837 to 1901 and empress of India from 1876 to 1901 was born on 24 May 1819 at Kensington Palace, London. Victoria was the only child of Prince Edward, Duke of Kent (the fourth son of King George lll ), and Princess Victoria Mary Louisa of Saxe-Coburg-Saalfeld. Her father died eight months after she was born.

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Fadha is the word for silver in which country?

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As our experts mentioned, Fadha is an Arabic word.

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What is the blue whales average length and weight?

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The Blue Whale, the largest mammal on earth has a long streamlined body with the head taking up about 1/4 of the total body length.

Blue Whales in southern hemisphere usually reach a length of about 90 feet or 27 meters whereas the Blue Whales in northern hemisphere are a bit smaller with an average length of 80 feet or 24 meters. Female Blue whales are usually larger. The longest recorded length of a captured Blue Whale is 108 feet or 32 meters, which was an adult female from Antarctica.

They can weigh about 100 - 110 tons or between 90700 and 99700 Kilograms.

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Who scored the first ever premiere league hat trick?

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The First ever Premier League Hat-trick was scored by Eric Cantona of Leeds United.

It was in the inaugural season of Premier League in 1992-93 when he scored 3 goals for Leeds against Tottenham Hotspur. On that 25th August 1992, Leeds beat spurs by 5-0 thanks to the triple from Cantona. Cantona was Born in Paris, in 1966.

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What year, and in which Country, was the first domestic VHS video recorder marketed?

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The JVC HR-3300 in 1976 in Japan.

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