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National Mujahid Museum
The National Museum of Moudjahid (in French: The Musée National du Moudjahid) is located in the city of Algiers, and it is considered one of the most important museums of the city, as it includes within it many displays of pieces, and works related to the colonial period that the country was subjected to .
The Garden of Experiments (in French: Jardin d’Essai) is located in the city of Algiers, and it is considered an actual museum of nature, and one of the largest houses, or green tents in the world, and among the most beautiful gardens in the city, and work began with this initiative on the initiative of the French, as they experienced growth Some crops are in their proper environment.
Romen Baths are located in the city of Khenchela, and it is considered one of the most important monuments preserved in the city, and its construction began during the first century AD, and was developed, and the addition of many landmarks by the Ottomans to use these baths, and still the use of these baths The locals until this time.
The shrine of the martyr
The shrine of the martyr (English: Maqam Echahid) is a huge stone anthropomorphic built in the year one thousand nine hundred and eighty-two, and its design is represented by three huge leaves from the palm, which rise from the ground to the sky, meet at one point, and this is considered as a memorial of war The algerian.
The African Lady Church
The Church of the African Lady (in French: Notre Dame d’Afrique) is an old Catholic church that was built in the year one thousand eight hundred and seventy-two, with the design of the French architect Jean-Eugene Fromague, and throughout its history the church has undergone many restorations, as it appears, It today.
The ancient city of Timgad
Timgad is an ancient historical archaeological city built by the Romens, and many of its monuments remain to this day, and the site has been included in the list of UNESCO World Heritage sites.
A beautiful archaeological site
Koicol, or a beautiful city (in English: Djemila) is an ancient historical site built during the era of the Romen Empire, and includes many shower rooms, markets, temples, columns, and others.