Archaeological City of Cuicul “Djemila”


Cuicul is situated in the northeastern region of Sétif and sits at an altitude of 900 meters above the sea level, covering an area of approximately 42 hectares. Designated as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1982, Cuicul traces its origins back to the era of the Roman Emperor Nerva, specifically in 96 and 97 AD.

Additionally, Cuicul houses a museum that exhibits a significant archaeological collection showcasing in particular an impressive mosaic collection of an estimated area of 900 square meters. These mosaics depict scenes of civilized life.

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