|It started in the ancient Phoenician city, TYRE.|
Princess Elissa, who was ousted by her brother, left the city with some of her followers.
They went to the west and stopped at Cyprus.
It's said that some priests and maidens of Cyprus joined them.
After several years, they finally arrived in Tunis harbor.
Elissa decided to settle in there.
It's said it was 814 B.C. when the new city Carthage was built.
The name 'Carthage' comes from Phoenician word 'Qart-Haddasht,'
which means 'New City."