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A chain of mountains separates the grain-producing areas of northern Tunisia from the high, dry plateau to the south, where animal husbandry dominates, and the semiarid coastal plains where olive cultivation is common.The highest point is Mount Ash-Sha'nabi, near Al-Qasrayn (Kasserine), at 5,050 feet (1,544 meters).
The mountains in the northwest attract heavier rain and even snow in the winter.
Knowledge of other European languages is largely a function of television exposure and tourism. Perhaps because Tunisia is a relatively small and homogeneous country, the sense of national identity is strong.
It is constantly maintained by reference to recent national history, particularly the struggle against French colonialism (1881–1956) and the subsequent efforts to create a modern society.
After 1574, Tunisia was incorporated into the Ottoman Empire.
The Spanish held parts of Tunisia briefly before the Ottomans, and the French ruled Tunisia during the colonial period from 1881 to 1956.
It has a lengthy Mediterranean coast and is very open to Mediterranean influences.