Sidi Muaiza Mosque

The Sidi Maizah Mosque, the municipality of Tenes, dates back to the ninth century AD and is distinguished by its architecture that combined the Levantine Andalusian and Maghreb civilizations. It contains the oldest mihrab style and was built according to the Damascus Mosque.
It was classified on 05/20/1905 AD as the second oldest mosque in Algeria after the Mosque of Sidi Okba in Biskra, and was reclassified in 7 BC. The framework for the protection of archaeological sites. The Sidi Maiz Mosque remains a historical, religious and cultural landmark and a symbol of the Algerian peaceful identity rooted throughout history.