The Royal Mausoleum Of Mauretania
About The Royal Mausoleum Of Mauretania, Sidi Rached
The Royal Mausoleum of Mauretania is a funerary monument located on the road between Cherchell and Algiers, in Algeria. The Mausoleum is the tomb where the Berber King Juba II and Queen Cleopatra Selene II, sovereigns of Mauretania, are buried.Wikipedia
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The Royal Mausoleum Of Mauretania lies in the city of Sidi Rached in Algeria. The Royal Mausoleum Of Mauretania is not a top-rated place in Sidi Rached.
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An impressive piece of numidian Egyptian and Roman history frozen in this massive monument. A wonderful piece of discovery worth visiting when in Algeria
Mausoleum from Numidia era. Litteraly means "Tomb of the Christian". Beautiful site on the way to Tipaza although hard to reach as there is no exit from the highway to get there...
my wilaya is so so amazing.
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