The Ahmed Zabana National Museum (Arabic: المتحف الوطني أحمد زبانة‎, El-mathaf El-ouatani Ahmed Zabana) is a museum located in Oran, Algeria. The first floor of the museum tells the story of the local impact of Algeria's battle for independence from France including a list of local people executed by the French between 1954 and 1962. The museum also includes artwork in the form of ancient sculptures; some mosaics and terracotta portraits; and paintings including works by 20th-century Algerian artists and French Orientalists including Eugene Fromentin.
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By: kkeps
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