A brief glimpse into the past

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13 Jan 2021, 14:00. Soccer. Tunisia, Ligue 2. Kasserine - ES Beni-Khalled. 1(1X2)

* Unconfirmed 13 Jan 2021, 14:00. Soccer. Tunisia, Ligue 2. Kasserine - ES Beni-Khalled. 1(1X2)



كيفاش بش نقنع ولادي انو هذا الجمهور موش في تونس ❤️💛🖤
كيفاش بش نقنع ولادي انو هذا الجمهور موش في تونس ❤️💛🖤

كلمة حق للجمهور إلي وقف من الأول للآخر وراء الجمعية.



القوافل الرياضية تنهزم أمام الملعب الافريقي لمنزل بورقيبة
القوافل الرياضية تنهزم أمام الملعب الافريقي لمنزل بورقيبة

انقاد فريق القوافل الرياضية بقفصة إلى هزيمة مفاجئة على أرضية ميدانه و أمام جماهيرها بنتيجة 1-0 أمام الملعب...



Team, Place & City Details

AS Kasserine

The Avenir Sportif de Kasserine is a Tunisian football club based in Kasserine, Tunisia. The team evolves in the Ligue 1.

Kasserine
Kasserine

Kasserine is the capital city of the Kasserine Governorate, in west-central Tunisia. It is situated below Jebel ech Chambi, Tunisia's highest mountain.

Battle of Kasserine Pass
Battle of Kasserine Pass

The Battle of Kasserine Pass was a battle of the Tunisia Campaign of World War II that took place in February 1943. Kasserine Pass is a 2-mile-wide gap in the Grand Dorsal chain of the Atlas Mountains in west central Tunisia.

Kasserine Governorate
Kasserine Governorate

Kasserine Governorate , sometimes spelt Casrein, is one of the twenty-four governorates (provinces) of Tunisia. It is in west-central Tunisia on the frontier with Algeria, wholly north of the true centre line but the area is south or west of the bulk of the population of the country, based on Tunisia's greater northern rainfall.

Kasserine Dam

The Kasserine Dam was a Roman dam at Kasserine , Tunisia. The curved structure which dates to the 2nd century AD is variously classified as arch-gravity dam or gravity dam.

Empress Elisabeth Bridge
Empress Elisabeth Bridge

The Empress Elisabeth Bridge was a chain bridge that spanned the Elbe between Tetschen (now Děčín) on the east bank with Bodenbach in northern Bohemia. It was opened in 1855, named after Empress Elisabeth of Austria, and connected Tetschen to the major railroad from Dresden to Prague.

Menzel Bourguiba
Menzel Bourguiba

Menzel Bourguiba , formerly known as Ferryville, is a town located in the extreme north of Tunisia, about 60 kilometres (37 mi) from Tunis, in the Bizerte Governorate.