The Souq el-Ghizal, or Souk El Ghezal, or Souk el Rezel, mosque was originally built in 1730 but was enlarged and turned into a cathedral, Notre-Dame des Sept Douleurs, the seat of the bishop in Constantine. The cathedral was converted back into a mosque in 1962, after independence.
Souq el-Ghizal mosque (later cathedral, Notre-Dame des Sept Douleurs), Constantine, Algeria (retouched)Image
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