Constantinois

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Coordinates: 36°22′4.2″N 6°38′22.3″E / 36.367833°N 6.639528°E / 36.367833; 6.639528

Gate of Caracalla in Tebessa, Tébessa Province.

Constantinois is a cultural and historical region of the Maghreb, located in northeastern Algeria.[1]

Geography[edit]

The region corresponds roughly to six contemporary wilayas: Constantine Province, Annaba Province, Guelma Province, Skikda Province, Souk Ahras Province, and El Tarf Province.

The capital of the region is the city of Constantine.

Topography[edit]

A large part of Constantinois is dominated by mountain ranges, including the: [1]

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