Djama’a al-Djedid


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Djama’a al-Djedid

Djama’a al-Djedid, which means "the new mosque" in Arabic, is one of the historical mosques in Algiers. Completed in the 17th century, it was built in the Moorish architectural tradition. This is one of the most important buildings dating back to the Ottoman presence in the city.

Do & See

Apart from museums and cultural sights, it is also the architecture of the city that offers visitors a glimpse into Algiers' history. Have a look at the French influences in architecture and discover great Islamic places of worship. You will find Algiers a diverse place of cultural coexistence and various beliefs.