In the middle of a high sloping hill the Namiians (from Libya) around 200 BC built Thugga. The Romans conquered and call het place Dougga. Once the Romans left, it languished above on a hill. After Thugga and Dougga—what’s left anyway? The small new village 7 kilometers away has left Dougga. Dougga is a world heritage site and should be. It is huge and remarkably well preserved with both. The centrepiece, the capital, still has its 10-meter high arches with solid marble pillars. The theatre high on a slope holds 3500, and commands spectacular views to the new town of Dougga. We took the bus from Le Kef and then hitched a ride from the Ville Noveu. On the way back to Le Kef we caught the bus at Teboursouk and were introduced to lablabi, soup filled up with broken bread.