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Algiers, Algeria in Africa

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Steamship harbour at Algiers - the wine export section Featured Algiers Print

Steamship harbour at Algiers - the wine export section

The steamship harbour at Algiers - the wine export section. Thousands of barrels of wine awaiting transportation to Europe. The barrels are brought to the Quayside in the railway carriages, which can be seen in the foreground

© Mary Evans Picture Library 2015 - https://copyrighthub.org/s0/hub1/creation/maryevans/MaryEvansPictureID/10283194

Africa, Algeria, Algerian, Algiers, Barrel, Barrels, Carriages, Commerce, Europe, Export, Harbour, Historical, History, North, Quay, Quay Side, Railway, Section, Shipping, Steam Ship, Trade, Transportation, Wine, Wine Making

Algerian People Featured Algiers Print

Algerian People

circa 1900: Tribespeople on the move in a cavalcade of horses, near Algiers. (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images)

108258 H Typ Afri Alg, 3296993, Animal Horse Travel Africa, Black, Landscape Male Animal Working, White Format

Algiers, Algeria - Landowskis Monument to the Dead of WW1 Featured Algiers Print

Algiers, Algeria - Landowskis Monument to the Dead of WW1

Algiers, Algeria - Architects Maurice Gras and Edouard Monestes - Sculptors Paul Landowski's (with bas-reliefs on the base carved by Bigonet) - Monument of the Dead (of WW1). In the late 1970s, the mayor of Algiers appointed Mhamed Issiakhem, one of the founders of Algerias modern art movement, to hide this remnant of colonialism. Not wanting to remove or destroy the statue, the artist decided to enclose it in a sort of concrete sarcophagus. Date: circa 1930