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Santa Cruz Oran
Algeria

Fort Santa Cruz a été érigé entre 1577 et  1604 dans la ville d'Oran par les Espagnols. Ce fort a été un lieu de combats sanglants entre Ottomans et Maures vassaux contre les espagnols et tribus arabes alliés à ces derniers . Ce fort se situe sur la crête du massif de l'Aidour. Sa situation en faisait un point stratégique.

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