Monument Aux Morts
Monument Aux Morts
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spc354
Clarks Summit, PA539 contributions
Jul 2023 • Solo
Easy access. .ss. Free parking. Beautiful views on all sides looking down. After seeing the southern desert region, it was refreshing to be able to look down on a river. Hichem was responsible for taking me there. Can't say enough good things about him. He can be reached by WhatsApp at +213656374008, or you can reach me via messaging.
Written July 23, 2023
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mrc282
World7,872 contributions
Nov 2023 • Solo
you first walk from Constantine downtown via Pont Sidi M’Cid, then once you are on the other side of the canyon, turn left and climb the stairs.

the best vantage point to take photo of Pont Sidi M’Cid appears to be the dirt path to the left of the start of the stairs, along the canyon rim. so do that before heading to Monument Aux Morts.

once at the Monument, you will be able to see a 270 degree view of the surroundings, mostly the countryside

this location is also accessible by car
Written November 29, 2023
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Průvodkyně po Orientu
Prague, Czech Republic446 contributions
Feb 2015
Constantine is a lovely city with its beautiful valley and many bridges that cross it. We spent a lovely evening just walking on the bridges and taking photos. Very few tourists, no hassle. Recommended.
Written August 19, 2015
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Naija M
Algiers, Algeria667 contributions
Apr 2021
I advise combining a visit to this monument with a visit to the bridge just below it. It’s an easy walk up to it and offers wonderful views. Rather disappointed to see so much graffiti on the monument itself, given that it’s dedicated to so many people who face their lives in the First World War.
Written April 3, 2021
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jcaulum
Minneapolis, MN226 contributions
Aug 2017 • Friends
You will get stunning photos of Constantine City and the surrounding areas from this place. Another very interesting facet that I wouldn't have noticed had I not been visiting with a local was that many of the names of the martyrs are Jewish (!). Apparently after WWII and Israel's opening, many of the large Jewish population of Constantine left the country (don't actually know if it was by their choice or not). But anyway was totally interesting. Try to time it for sunset for best photos.
Written October 14, 2017
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Patrick34238
Sarasota, FL36 contributions
Sep 2017
The monument was built in the 1930s to honor the French soldiers from Constantine dead in WWI. The names of the soldiers (European, Muslim and Jewish) are etched in stone in alphabetical order. From the site, there are stunning views of the old city (with the 1800s boys' high school and the army barracks -the casbah-), Sidi M'Cid bridge, the Oued Rhumel canyon and the plateaus north and east of the city
Written September 15, 2017
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abes.lk
Ankara Province, Türkiye68 contributions
Aug 2019
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 can be considered as a historical place

Free admission

the activities
Free to take pictures
Take an overhead look for a part of the city
Not suitable for any other activity

Suitable in the daytime
Not suitable at night
Close to:
The Great Bridge of Ksinaina / جسر المعلق سيدي مسيد / Pont suspendu Sidi M'Cid
Written September 28, 2019
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1880berto
Islamabad, Pakistan4 contributions
Apr 2016 • Friends
visit Constantine is nice before they had a lot of Jews there but a lot of them gone out of this city i relay like it people are nice but i wish the algerians spoke pure arabic
Written May 1, 2016
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SamirMuscat
Muscat, Oman17 contributions
Aug 2015 • Friends
Visiting Constantine cannot be true without.
Stunning panoramic view from top cliff, towards the old city, built on Maestrichtian-Neocomian cretaceous rocks, deeply incised by Oued Errimel. Both sides of the city joined by many bridges, making the scenery unique of mix of high cliff rocks, old city and more modern architecture. From the monument towards the East you'll see the opening from the rocky and busy town to landscape, totally contrasting with quite and smooth piedmont, draping "la ville du rocher" and stretching to the horizon.
Best time to visit:Anytime.
Free of charges.
Better secured and taken care last months.
Don't miss the orientation table next the monument itself.
A bit remote, you need a guide.
Hope this helps.
Written February 13, 2016
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LeonardoRa
Subbiano, Italy14 contributions
Nov 2015 • Business
Me, I personally love landscapes and panoramic views. But o think this place would look amazing for everybody. When you reach the monument to the deads you can enjoy a beautiful view on the valley.
Written November 2, 2015
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Monument Aux Morts - All You Need to Know BEFORE You Go (with Photos)