Haidra, the ancient Ammaedara, is considered one of the oldest Roman cities in Africa. The Byzantine fortresses is the most spectacular monument of Ammaedara built during the reign of Emperor Justinian in the middle of the 6th century, and is said to be the largest of its kind in North Africa , within which are a chapel and a church. A selection of fine buildings, a well-preserved Byzantine church and underground baths are surprisingly crudely made, indicating that it was built during a later time of Haïdra's history. And not to forget: The fascinating mausoleums in the shape of a tower.

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