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A real open-air museum, DJERBAHOOD is the place invested by artists from all around the world. The town of Erriadh in Djerba will be hosting this summer the works of hundred of artists from thirty different nationalities.
A little hard to find but so worth a visit. I wish they did a map of the route of the painting etc with some information.
Paintings are a little old now but gray fun to explore the small streets and search for the painted...More
So cool. So innovative!! Go Djerbahood! Live on! To see this project was most exciting. For the community to allow and support this multi-location art installation demonstrates greatness in the community and appreciation of modernization.
And more so — their own great love and respect...More
I read about Djerbahood online prior to our trip and insisted I visit it despite the hot weather. Beautiful art in every corner, we were lucky to find a local young boy who asked us to let him be our guide for in exchange for...More
This must have been fantastic when it was first thought of and designed and the colours really vibrant but it has just been left and not preserved which is such a shame
This could be such a great tourist attraction as not many locals even...More
Loved this. Went with a former Tunisian Graffiti artist. Hard to find a few of the paintings but the architecture is very cool by itself. Interesting to note, apparently Jews and Muslims have lived in this neighborhood peaceful for like all of history.
Most art is either fading or has been painted over, so don't expect to see well kept street art. The area is still good for a walk. Nice streets with trees and flowers. Unfortunately we couldn't find any nice cafes or restaurants in this area.
The art is absolutely fantastic! It was lovely to wanter the old town and discover the paintings here and there. Some need to be maintained/renovated/taking care of as they seem damaged. Highly recommend to visit this open air street museum. I wish they added the...More