Since the dawn of time, men have left their mark in the deserts of all over the world. I wanted to show that the Algerian Sahara does not escape the rule. The railway tracks of the old lines of French colonization, these “objects” that exist only because the oil sank in Algeria, tourism emerging in the western erg, Islam also […]
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