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Français : La « nouvelle mosquée » d'Alger (Algérie) : Jamaa el-Jedid (Eljami' Eljdide) Jamaa al-Jdid, construite années 1660.
English: The mosque called El Jedid in Algiers (Algeria) : Jamaa el-Jedid (Eljami' Eljdide), built 1660s.

Photo by Damien Boilley, August 3, 2005.

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