Looking to the presidential palace from Sidi Bou Said mountain, you may feel the security, safety, dignity and an absolute calm. I entered the presidential palace of Carthage in 2003. These days I am asking myself , why do not the authorities open the doors of the palace to the public? I think it will be great to visit the palace which is one of Carthage's monument. The palace witnessed the end of the Monarchy, the out of El Bey and his family from a back door after the annoucement of the Republic in 1957, it witnessed then the build of the modern and independent Tunisia with the late leader Habib Bourguiba and then the change with President Ben Ali and the look for a better future. I believe that it will be great if the public discover what is behind the doors of the palace like when visiting Buckingham Palace, the palace of Versailles, L'Elysée or the white House. The entrence to the palace will then bring funds to it. What do you think?