Monument Aux Morts, Constantine

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Monument Aux Morts commemorates the victims of World War I with a 21 m (68 ft) tall triumphal arch topped by a victory statue. The memorial bears the engraved names of some 800 soldiers and citizens--Muslims, Christians, and Jews--who hailed from Constantine. The monument, modeled after Trajan's arch in Timgad, stands on a cliff overlooking the valley and the city. In front of it lies a terrace from which you have a clear, panoramic view of the surroundings. To visit Monument Aux Morts on your trip to Constantine, use our Constantine travel planning tool.
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  • One of those memorials that are found pretty frequently in many towns of a certain size and upwards. If you don't see it, your life isn't going to be any poorer for it, but seeing as it's practically....  more »
  • Monument aux morts نصب الأموات Shrine and memorial to the victims of World War I who fought for France of French, Algerian and Jewish descent It was built in 1918 by the French authorities, so It...  more »
  • those roman rocks you will discover down town Constantine, tourists were astonished by the beauty of those areas  more »

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