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Not a huge amount to see but this is the resting place of Cleopatra and Mark Anthony’s daughter! And an example of what the French did when they arrived... stole the contents, carved crosses on it and blew part of it up with a tank...More
An UNESCO patrimoine not so we'll treated. The monument is imposing but the facilities are not.well arranged. A lot of information pannels are missing, the site is not properly taken care of and the access at the interieur is forbidden for.the moment.
We stopped off after visiting the Roman ruins - the structure itself is quite impressive. Our children enjoyed climbing on the first few levels of the rocks. It is set on top of a very tall hill, overlooking the sea and land from many miles...More
The mausoleum was built in 3 BC by the last King of Numidia, and later King of Mauretania, Juba II, and his wife Cleopatra Selene II. Cleopatra Selene II was an Egyptian-GreekPtolemaic princess, the daughter of the Queen Cleopatra VII of Egypt and Roman Triumvir Mark Antony. Through her marriage to Juba II, she became...More
The Royal Mausoleum of Mauretania. The tomb of the Christian is what the French called it. The less said about what they got up to in Algeria the better, including, unbelievably putting a big hole in the side of this place with a bomb. Sigh....More
The tomb isolated in the mountain hill, overlooking the Mediterranean Sea! The view is great! You won’t neglect it whenever driving along the highway. The tomb is for Berber king and daughter of Egyptian Christian (cleopatra), which describes the interesting mixture of cultures. It surely...More
It is really interesting tombeau, on the hill, so it is wonderful view from there over country almost until the sea. Unfortunately it is not possible to go inside the tombeau for to see how it could be there. But even from outside it was...More
The mausoleum is just 10km from Tlemcen. It is nice to see but pity to know that no one care about a tomb of a daughter of famous Cleopatra VII. French used this object as a target for the navy/ Algerian government also does not...More