Christian cemetery in Bejaia
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Christian cemetery in Bejaia

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Located in the east of Bejaia, on the road leading to the watering places, the Christian cemetery contains the graves of the builders of the ancient city of Bougie. Many vaults left gaping recent years resulting  transfer remains of dead to France

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