The most important monuments in Algeria

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Bani Hammad Fort

The castle of Bani Hammad is the first capital of the Hammad family in Algeria, which dates back to the eleventh century, and it is a previously fortified city that has become an archaeological site at the present time. This castle was built in the Hodna Mountains at an altitude of 1418 meters, and was also completed The inclusion of this castle as a World Heritage site by UNESCO in the year 1980 AD, as it represented the original image of the fortified Islamic city, and excavations throughout the city have contributed to the discovery of many gems, pottery, and coins that reflect urbanization during the Hammad dynasty.


Beautifully located along the north coast to the east of Algeria, it is a small mountain village that is a site for preserving the ruins of the Romans. It was classified as a World Heritage site by UNESCO in 1982 because of its unique Roman architecture, and some of the most important buildings that it includes Beautiful sites, theaters, temples, houses, and streets, and these monuments are preserved as a major attraction for local and international tourists.

The Kasbah of Algeria

The city of the Kasbah of Algeria was founded on the ruins of the ancient city of Ecosium, which is a Phoenician commercial site that later developed into a small Roman city. This city was built on a hill divided into two sections, which is the high city and the low city. Among the most famous of these mosques are the Ketchaoua Mosque, the New Mosque, the Ali Bachen Mosque, and many others.


Timgad is a Roman colonial city and one of the most famous tourist attractions in Algeria, and has been classified as a World Heritage site by UNESCO, and this city is located in the fertile hills of the Northern Aures Mountains, and the site includes many attractions that can be visited including the Capitoline Temple ( In English: Capitoline Temple), Trajan Arch (English: Trajan Arch).


Tipaza is famous for being one of the most famous Roman ruins in Algeria, where it was built on three small hills overlooking the ocean, and it was a small commercial station of great commercial importance in Roman Algeria, and Tipaza has a unique merger between the Phoenician, Roman, and Byzantine monuments , Along with many Aboriginal effects.


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