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Hammam Chott

Hammam Chott
Commune and town
Hammam Chott
Hammam Chott

Coordinates: 36°43′18″N 10°21′30″E / 36.72167°N 10.35833°E / 36.72167; 10.35833Coordinates: 36°43′18″N 10°21′30″E / 36.72167°N 10.35833°E / 36.72167; 10.35833

Country  Tunisia
Governorate Ben Arous Governorate
Time zone CET (UTC+1)

Hammam Chott is a town and commune in the Ben Arous Governorate, Tunisia. It is located 20 kilometers from the capital, Tunis, in the southern suburbs of Tunis. It is a popular seaside resort town.

On 1 October 1985, Hammam Chott was bombarded by the Israeli Air Force in Operation Wooden Leg.

Origin of name

This coastal city - Chott in Arabic means "beach" which is appropriate due to Hammam Chott's location at the bottom of the Gulf of Tunis.

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