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The Casbah of Algiers

The Casbah, founded on the ruins of Icosium (ancient city of the Romans), is a historic district located west of downtown Algiers.

In 1992 it was classified by UNESCO, thanks to its rich heritage.

This old medina constitutes the historic heart. One can appreciate the Ketchaoua Mosque, the El Djedid Mosque, the El Kébir Mosque and the oldest mosque in the Casbah Sidi Ramdane. Likewise, there is the Centennial House, the Bir Chebana Fountain, the Sidi Abderahmane Mausolee and the Mustapha Pasha Palace (currently museum of Arab Calligraphy).



Basilica of Notre Dame d’Afrique in Algeria

Notre-Dame d’Afrique (Our lady of Africa) is a basilica of the Catholic Church, located 7km west of Algiers in the municipality of Bologhine.

 

Completed on July 2, 1872 under the direction of architect Jean-Eugène Fromageau with a Romano-Byzantine style, the basilica dominates the Mediterranean from 124 m above sea level. Since September 12, 2012, it has been classified on the list of Algerian cultural goods as a historical monument.

 

Nicknamed “Madame Africa” ​​or “Lalla Myriem”, this cathedral is unusual since it faces the choir to the south-west and not to the east as it usually is. She is seen as the mirror of the basilica of Notre-Dame de la Garde in Marseille

 

It has a famous inscription translated into French, Arabic and Kabyle on the wall of the apse behind the altar: “Our Lady of Africa pray for us and for the Muslims.”

La Grande Poste in Algiers

Built in 1910 by the architects Jules Voinot and Marius Toudoire, the Grande Poste (Algiers Central Post Office) with its neo-Moorish style is a symbol of rapprochement between the colonists and the Algerians.

With its domes, minarets, marble staircases and its three large wooden doors, it is today a museum that exhibits the history of the post and telecommunications in Algeria.

Vieyux Port

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La citadelle de la Casbah d’Alger

Cette forteresse construite en 1516, par le corsaire turc Baba Aroudj,

(autoproclamé roi d’El Djazaïr suite à la libération des colons espagnols) est classée monument historique par l’UNESCO.

 

Composé d’un ensemble de bâtiments civils et militaires, elle s’étale sur une superficie de 9000 m2.

 

Les principaux éléments composant la Citadelle sont le Palais du Dey, la Mosquée ancienne, le Palais des Beys, la dépendance du Palais des Beys et ses Jardins.

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