ALGERIA MUSEUM ALGIERS CONSTANTINE ANNABA TIMGAD ALGERIA
In Algeria, a museum is defined by a non-commercial, permanent exhibition in the service of Algerian visitors and tourists, open to the public, and acquires, conserves, researches, communicates and exhibits the heritage of Algerian history and culture for the purposes of education and study.
In Algeria, museums enjoy a good reputation worldwide as they document proudly about a long and rich history of Algeria ‘s art, antiquities, particularly archeological artifacts from the Greeks, Romans and Phoenecians.
In Algeria, museums are quite active in Algiers, Algeria’s capital which offers most of the museums in the country and it is worth to spend some time in visiting particularly the Musée des Beaux Arts which devoted to art and is probably one the most valuable art museum in the world.
In Algeria, a particular museum, National Gallery of Fine Arts in Algiers, provides with a rich and impressive collection of paintings from international artists such as Eugene Delacroix (1798-1863), Pierre-Auguste Renoir and the Algerian Nasreddine Etienne Dinet.