Social Event

The social event consists of a visit to the Museum of El Mudjahid located at the basement of Maqam Echahid Monument (the Martyr temple), an iconic concrete monument located on the heights of Algiers that gives a beautiful panoramic view on the bay of Algiers.

This museum  houses a comprehensive Algerian history collection from Ottoman era through the French colonialism period.   The display area of the museum presents valuable objects and memories of those periods and reflects the proud Algerian war against French colonialism.

Maqam Echahid consists of three stylized fins that join mid-height and reaches a height of 92 meters (302 ft). The three massive concrete palm fronds represent the coming together of agriculture, culture and industry, the keys elements to help build the Algerian society. Above the three supporting fins at 14 meters (47 ft) from the ground, is an Islamic style turret with a diameter of 10 meters (33 ft) and a height of 7.6 meters (25 ft), topped by a dome of 6 meters (20 ft). It rests on an esplanade that burns an "eternal flame" and includes a crypt, an amphitheater and the Museum of El Mujahid (basement).

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Algiers is a beautiful and thriving Mediterranean city built on the slopes of the Sahel Hills, which faces  the Mediterranean Sea coast, and extends over 16 km along the Bay of Algiers. The city is characterized by its white buildings that dominate the harbour and the bay. Originally, several small islands existed in the bay, but have been connected  afterwards to the shore to form the city.

After visiting El Mudjahid  museum, the participants to the social event will enjoy the sightseeing of the Algiers Bay with its great architecture. A  dinner will close the event.

Please note that the social event will be charged  and the registration to this event will be available only on-site. The cost will be determined depending on the number of subscriptions.  So, do not forget to add this event to your schedule, it is worth the journey!

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