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Africa

Constantine: Urban renewal in an ancient city

Text by FRANCE 24

Latest update : 2013-11-18

The historic city of Constantine is undergoing a major makeover as it gears up to become the Arab Capital of Culture in 2015. FRANCE 24 reporters visited the ancient metropolis as they travelled from Tunis to Tangier on a "Tour of the Maghreb".

FRANCE 24 reporters Chris Moore, Karim Hakiki and Adel Gastel spent five weeks on the road from Tunis to Tangier on a "Tour of the Maghreb" that offered them a rare chance to view this diverse region through the eyes of its people.

 

Date created : 2013-11-16

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