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The Sidi Rached's stone bridge with it's stunning arches is the main iconic monument of Constantine. It is considered as one of the highest and longest stone bridges in the world. however the bridge needs a restoration work.
Originally Constantine had only one bridge (Bab El Kantara Bridge). In the late 1800s the French built this one to link the new center of the city (Place de la Breche, now Place du 1er Novembre) with the railway station. At that time it broke...More
Like all the other bridges taking you into Constantine, this one is in need of work. Stone work is flaking off and some bits of stone no longer touch their supports. But despite the bridge's need for constant restoration, do stop for a bit, walk...More
One of the highest and largest concrete arch bridges in the world upon its completion in 1912, the Sidi Rached bridge spans the mouth of the deep Rhumel River gorge in the terrace filled city of Constantine, Algeria. No other city on the African continent...More