Where is Constantine, Algeria Located?
The city is located in the east of the country in a hilly landscape at more than 600 m above sea level, about 60 km south of the Mediterranean. Constantine, whose Arab name is Quacentina, is the third largest city in Algeria and capital of the homonymous district.
What Country is Constantine in?
The next coastal town is Skikda (ex Philippeville) in the North, 80 km away on the N3, or a little further to the North-East of Annaba (ex-Bône) in 157 km away via the N3 and N 44. The capital, Algiers, is located 430 km, the Tunisian border at Ghardimaou 235 km and in the South at the edge of the Sahara desert town of Biskra, approximately 225 km. The old town of Constantine is located on a mighty plateau 650 m above sea level, which is accessible only by a narrow back from the southwest, but falls steeply Northwest and is cut off North and West by the more than 100 m deep gorge of the river Rhumel from the opposite Plateau Sidi M’cid. The present town extends, with many newer neighborhoods and suburbs far over the surrounding hills.
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