© AFP/File / by Amal Belalloufi | Work on a proposed metro station in Algiers
uncovers archaeological treasures dating back to Roman times
An archaeological treasure trove on the site of a planned metro station in central Algiers is set to become a museum, opening a window on 2,000 years of history. The site, close to the Algerian capital's UNESCO-listed casbah, has yielded remains from the city's Roman, Byzantine, Ottoman and French periods.
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