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Pictures of The Casbah

The Casbah is specifically the citadel of Algiers and the traditional quarter clustered around it. More generally, a kasbah is the walled citadel of many North African cities and towns. The name made its way into English from French in the late 19th century (the Oxford English Dictionary says 1895), and continues to be spelled as acquired from that language.
 
Algerian man
Man wearing a turban
Dome
  Algerian man  
  Man wearing a turban  
  Dome  
Craftsman
Merchant
Men hanging out in the streets
  Craftsman  
  Merchant  
  Men hanging out in the streets  
Algerian man in the kasbah
Cat
Casbah dress shop
  Algerian man in the kasbah  
  Cat  
  Casbah dress shop  
Casbah tour guide
Dresses sold at the shops of the Casbah
Salesman
  Casbah tour guide  
  Dresses sold at the shops of the Casbah  
  Salesman  
Arches in the Casbah
Bread
Building
  Arches in the Casbah  
  Bread  
  Building  
Casbah market
Dates
Women's dresses
  Casbah market  
  Dates  
  Women's dresses  
Woman in hijab
Hijab
Algerian man in the Casbah
  Woman in hijab  
  Hijab  
  Algerian man in the Casbah  
Artisan
Arab man
Man
  Artisan  
  Arab man  
  Man  
Ruins
Woman wearing a niqaab
Woman in the Casbah
  Ruins  
  Woman wearing a niqaab  
  Woman in the Casbah  



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