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La porte sarrasine ou Bab el Bahr
Algeria

Hammadite vestige, the Sarrasine Gate or Bab el Bahr (Sea Gate) was part of the ramparts along the sea between the fort Abdelkader and the fort of the Casba. After construction of the port of Bougie, it is a hundred meters from the quay edge

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