Bridges of the ancient city of Constantine by oussama senhadji

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Artist Statement

The El-Kantara bridge is one of the oldest, built in Roman times and restored by Salah Bey in the eighteenth century and in 1863. In addition, the bridges of Sidi M'Cid and Sidi Rached, which must their name to the neighboring mausoleums of the Marabouts of the same name, were inaugurated in 1912. At the entrance of the gorges, is the Devil's Bridge which is named after the "diabolical" noise that the waters make in this place and at their end , the bridge of the Falls, located at the beginning of the plain of Hamma. - oussama senhadji