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The Major Seminary of Tunis (French: Grand Séminaire de Tunis), previously known as the Major Seminary of Carthage, was a Roman Catholic major seminary and the diocesan seminary for the Archdiocese of Tunis. Established in 1881 by Bishop Charles Lavigerie, the seminary was founded for the education of White Fathers missionaries in Africa. It educated both religious and diocesan priests until its closure in 1964. The seminary building, known as La Marsa, also held an extensive museum containing relics from Tunisia's history.

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  • The Major Seminary of Tunis (French: Grand Séminaire de Tunis), previously known as the Major Seminary of Carthage, was a Roman Catholic major seminary and the diocesan seminary for the Archdiocese of Tunis. Established in 1881 by Bishop Charles Lavigerie, the seminary was founded for the education of White Fathers missionaries in Africa. It educated both religious and diocesan priests until its closure in 1964. The seminary building, known as La Marsa, also held an extensive museum containing relics from Tunisia's history. (en)
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