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Constantine, Algeria in Africa

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Constantine, Algeria - Sidi M'Cid bridge across the Rhummel Featured Constantine Print

Constantine, Algeria - Sidi M'Cid bridge across the Rhummel

The Sidi M'Cid bridge spans the gorge through which the Rhummel flows in Constantine, Algeria. Constantine is often called the City of Bridges due to the large number of them crossing the river.
circa 1910s

© The Roseries Collection / Mary Evans Picture Library

Africa, African, Algeria, Algerian, Bridge, Bridges, City, Constantine, East, Eastern, Gorge, Mcid, Middle, North, Rhummel, River, Rock, Rocks, Sidi

Sylvain Charles Valee (1773-1846), Count and Marshal (engraving) Featured Constantine Print

Sylvain Charles Valee (1773-1846), Count and Marshal (engraving)

XJF375717 Sylvain Charles Valee (1773-1846), Count and Marshal (engraving) by Court, Joseph Desire (1797-1865) (after); Private Collection; ( Valee was a distinguished French soldier and artillery commander in the French Revolutionary, Napeoleonic and Algerian Wars; made Comte by Napoleon in 1814 after successful campaigns in Spain; retained by Louis XVIII after the Boourbon restoration and reorganised the French artillery (known as the Valee system); in 1837 sent to Algeria where after his capture of Constantine he was given the baton of a Marechal de France and appointed Governor General 1837-40;); French, out of copyright

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Constantine, Algeria, 1936 Featured Constantine Print

Constantine, Algeria, 1936

Constantine, Algeria, 1936. Constantine is the capital of Constantine Province in north-eastern Algeria. During the Roman period it was called Cirta and was renamed Constantina in honor of emperor Constantine the Great. From a private album of a passenger who undertook a cruise on the S.S. Arandora Star, which began 9th April, 1936

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