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Algeria Heritage Sites, Algeria in Africa

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CAVE ART. Prehistoric rock painting, probably depicting a horned goddess. From Aounrhet, Tassili, Algeria Featured Algeria Heritage Sites Print

CAVE ART. Prehistoric rock painting, probably depicting a horned goddess. From Aounrhet, Tassili, Algeria

CAVE ART.
Prehistoric rock painting, probably depicting a horned goddess. From Aounrhet, Tassili, Algeria

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African, Algeria, Algerian, Cave, Drawing, Goddess, Neolithic, Painting, Primitive, Religion, Rock, Stone Age

Sand patterns on a dune, In Tehak region, Acacus Mountains or Tadrart Acacus range, Tassili nAjjer National Park, Unesco World Heritage Site, Algeria, Sahara, North Africa Featured Algeria Heritage Sites Print

Sand patterns on a dune, In Tehak region, Acacus Mountains or Tadrart Acacus range, Tassili nAjjer National Park, Unesco World Heritage Site, Algeria, Sahara, North Africa

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523046103, Algeria, Background, Backgrounds, Built Structure, Color Image, Curve, Day, Daytime, Desert, Detail, Directly Above, Dune, Full Frame, Ground, High Angle View, Horizontal, Land, Mountain, Mountain Range, Mountains, Nature, No People, North Africa, Northern Africa, Outdoors, Pattern, Patterned, Photography, Ripple, Rippled, Sahara, Sahara Desert, Sand, Sand Dune, Sandy, Shadow, Structure, Surface Structure, Tadrart Acacus, Tassili Najjer, Tassili Najjer National Park, Texture, Textured, Travel Destinations, Unesco World Heritage Site, Wind

Timgad, Algeria - public latrines in Roman ruins Featured Algeria Heritage Sites Print

Timgad, Algeria - public latrines in Roman ruins

The ruins of what was once Timgad, a Roman colonial town in Algeria, founded by the Emperor Trajan around 100AD. The city is known for being one of the best surviving examples of the grid plan in Roman city planning, and was sacked by the Vandals in the 5th century. Visible are the public latrines.
circa 1910s

© The Roseries Collection / Mary Evans Picture Library