remarquables de Tlemcen XI, XII, XIII siècles restaurés et photographiés de 1853 à
1864 comprises twenty-one albumen photographs documenting sites restored and
photographed by Léopold Maigné in and around Tlemcen, Algeria, during the mid-nineteenth
century. Monuments depicted include the Mosque of Sidi Halaoui; the Mosque and Madrasa of
Sidi Boumediene (Sidi Abu Madyan); a Muslim cemetery; the ruins of a princely tomb at Sidi
Yacoub; the Mosque at Mansourah; the El Mechouar Mosque; and the minaret and fortifications
of the Mosque at Agadir.
Léopold Maigné was the French government architect in Algeria between 1844 and 1872. His
Album de photographies, monuments de Tlemcen des onzième, douzième et treizième siècles was
exhibited in the French Algerian section of the Exposition universelle de 1867 à Paris.
1.75 Linear Feet
(21 photographs in 1 box)
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