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This is like my second home in Constantine. Whenever I'm feeling like I need a good breather, I'll take the tramway over here (which is one of it's perks btw, the tramway stop is right next to it!). The mosque doesn't have air conditioning but...More
We visited this beautiful mosque during daytime ( women should cover their heads and everyone should take their shoes off) but it is also a fantastic sight at night when illuminated. Named after the independence war hero, Emir Abdelkader Mosque is elegant from the outside...More
This mosque is absolutely beautiful in its intricate and fine detail everywhere you look. You can enter at any moment during the day to take pictures as long as prayer services are not taking place. Men and women should be respectfully covered and speak quietly...More
This is one of the most beautiful and amazing monuments I've ever seen in my life...the mosque is terrifically designed, the atmosphere is very quite, spiritual and inspiring. I advise you strongly to get a trip there
While we were a little hesitant at first to visit the mosque (as it's not meant to be a tourist site), we were glad that we did. The architecture of the building is gorgeous, especially the detailing inside. Of course you have to take your...More
Very much liked the place, I would definitely recommend it to anyone, it felt real great to enter the place and see the beautiful architecture of the mosque, however it was even better for me to pray at the mosque and relax for sometime with...More