Dougga is unusual for a Roman city in that it is built on the slopes of a hill. The Romans liked building their towns & cities on level ground & if a hill got in the way, they would simply flatten it - as they did when they rebuilt Carthage.
It is an ancient city, founded in the 6th century BC.
Dougga is the largest of the archaeological sites that we visited.
The fortress-like building on the left is the Licinian Baths.
This mosaic in the Bardo was taken from the Bath of the Cyclopes. I still think that the cyclopes in Vulcan's forge have two eyes!
A royal Numidian mausoleum. Unfortunately a British archaeologist in the 1840s damaged it significantly while removing the inscriptions, which are now in the British Museum. The photo below shows the monument prior to its reconstruction.
A quadriga (4 horse chariot) from the monument.
Every Roman city had at least one amphitheatre. This one has particularly spectacular views as a backdrop.