Antiquities in Algeria

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Qal’at Bani Hammad

Beni Hammad Fort is located on the Algerian mountains of Honda, an ancient historical archaeological site where most of its landmarks are located under the rubble. It was represented in the eleventh century as the residence of the Bani Hammad family, and it is mentioned that the construction of the castle was by order of The son of the founder of the city of Algeria, Hammad bin Belkin, and that was in the year 1007 AD. Given the historical importance of the site, it was included in the list of UNESCO World Heritage sites.

Beautiful archaeological site

There is a beautiful archaeological site in the northern part of Algeria; it is an ancient archaeological historical site dating back to the era of the Roman Empire. The site includes many ancient Roman monuments, such as: the temple, the theater, houses, and paved streets, and it has been included in the list of World Heritage sites Of the UNESCO.

Roman Baths

Roman Baths are located in the Algerian state of Khenchela, and they are considered one of the important Roman monuments in the region, and throughout its history they have been subject to restoration, repair, and expansion work by the Ottomans, and they still retain most of their landmarks to this day, knowing that a bath can be taken Hot in a quiet, traditional atmosphere.

Mzab Valley

The M’Zab Valley is a historical archaeological site found in the Algerian province of Ghardaia, where this site was initially established by an Islamic group about 1,000 years ago, and it includes many buildings, houses, and crowded towns that are lined with alleyways, The ancient corridors, due to the historical importance of the site, and the impressive architectural beauty of the buildings, have been included in the list of UNESCO World Heritage sites.

The ancient city of Timgad

Timgad is an ancient historical archaeological site dating back to the era of the Roman Empire, where it contains many monuments, ancient Roman buildings, and visitors and tourists can tour the archaeological site that is included in the World Heritage List, and see its wonderful monuments.

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