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  • #61
    Algiers, 1890

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    • #62
      Algiers, 1896

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      • #63

        Algerian Banknotes
        (3)


        1910 - 1961


        1962 - Present




        Algerian Coins
        (2)


        1962 - Present


        Ottoman Era - Present (banknotes included)

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        • #64


          Algeria, 19th Century

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          • #65


            "Distinguished Moorish women, Algiers, 1899"

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            • #66



              Anciens départements français d'Algérie / Former french departments of Algeria (Alexandre Vuillemain, 1877)

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              • #67
                Here is the map of Algeria in 1816:

                http://yataghene.net/Photos/regency.jpg

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                • #68

                  Thank you Akhi Mohovitch. Do you have anymore old maps to show? City, town or village maps would be great!

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                  • #69
                    Yes, I have a big book that reprints maps made by a portuguese or spanish traveller in around 1650-60. The borders of Algeria at that time were similar to those of 1816... I need to get a digital camera, take a picture and post it.

                    When I get a chance I will do it.

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                    • #70
                      This website is interesting. There is a map of Algeria in 1792 and Oran in 1732:
                      Middle East & Africa Maps

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                      • #71
                        This thread is unbelievably cool guys !! Thanks for all your contributions. Visiting it has been like a virtual museum tour. You all have unwittingly created a VIRTUAL ALGERIAN MUSEUM ! Wow!

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                        • #72
                          Originally posted by mohovitch View Post
                          Yes, I have a big book that reprints maps made by a portuguese or spanish traveller in around 1650-60. The borders of Algeria at that time were similar to those of 1816... I need to get a digital camera, take a picture and post it.

                          When I get a chance I will do it.
                          That would be great!

                          In the meantime, here's one of the Casbah:



                          The Casbah 1888

                          By the way, click on maps for larger versions.

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                          • #73
                            Originally posted by BACK2MYROOTS View Post
                            This thread is unbelievably cool guys !! Thanks for all your contributions. Visiting it has been like a virtual museum tour. You all have unwittingly created a VIRTUAL ALGERIAN MUSEUM ! Wow!
                            Thank you Br B2MR. That's precisely the idea

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                            • #74
                              Thanks for the map Shotokan:

                              The map seems to be in high resolution. The size limit of the pictures is 100K right? what was the format of the picture you uploaded?

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                              • #75

                                Salaam Mohovitch. The picture is a jpeg but that doesn't matter. You can use Photobucket.com or Imageshack.us to upload high res images then post them as you wish.

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