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 '''Le Bardo''' (also '''Bārdaw''', '''Bardaw''', and '''Bardois''') is a [[Tunisia]]n city west of [[Tunis]]. As of 2004, the population is 73,953. '''Le Bardo''' (also '''Bārdaw''', '''Bardaw''', and '''Bardois''') is a [[Tunisia]]n city west of [[Tunis]]. As of 2004, the population is 73,953.
  
Built by the [[Hafsid dynasty]] in the 15th century, the name Bardo comes from the Spanish word "pardo" meaning a garden. Bardo became a residence of the Tunis court in the 18th century. With the arrival of [[Husainid Dynasty|Hussein]]ite [[bey]]s, Bardo became a political, intellectual and religious center. The ancient beys residence was actually the site of the Tunisian National Assembly headquarters, and the National Museum opened there in 1882.+Built by the [[Hafsid dynasty]] in the 15th century, the name Bardo comes from the Spanish word "prado" meaning a garden. Bardo became a residence of the Tunis court in the 18th century. With the arrival of [[Husainid Dynasty|Hussein]]ite [[bey]]s, Bardo became a political, intellectual and religious center. The ancient beys residence was actually the site of the Tunisian National Assembly headquarters, and the National Museum opened there in 1882.
  
 The city gave its name to the [[Treaty of Bardo]], signed in nearby Ksar Saïd palace, which placed Tunisia under [[France|French]] [[protectorate]] in 1881. The city gave its name to the [[Treaty of Bardo]], signed in nearby Ksar Saïd palace, which placed Tunisia under [[France|French]] [[protectorate]] in 1881.
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Le Bardo
Country
Tunisia
GovernorateTunis Governorate
Population (2004)
 • Total73,953
Time zoneUTC1 (CET)
Le Bardo (also Bārdaw, Bardaw, and Bardois) is a Tunisian city west of Tunis. As of 2004, the population is 73,953.
Built by the Hafsid dynasty in the 15th century, the name Bardo comes from the Spanish word "prado" meaning a garden. Bardo became a residence of the Tunis court in the 18th century. With the arrival of Husseinite beys, Bardo became a political, intellectual and religious center. The ancient beys residence was actually the site of the Tunisian National Assembly headquarters, and the National Museum opened there in 1882.
The city gave its name to the Treaty of Bardo, signed in nearby Ksar Saïd palace, which placed Tunisia under French protectorate in 1881.
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