Dar Al-Baroud and the western wall of the city of Chlef

Dar Al-Baroud and the Western Wall of Chlef :
This wall is located adjacent to the weekly market of the city of Chlef, which is what remains of the city wall of Orleonville, which was built in 1850, and acquires a military character because it was built for the purpose of protection and fortification of the city from the western side. cylindrical; As for the interior, it was built in the form of an arch. It has been transferred to the site’s Archaeological Museum, which includes many archaeological finds and some mosaic pieces represented in marble capitals and columns. They were classified as an archaeological landmark on March 17, 2010.