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Ibn Khaldun Caves

Ibn Khaldun Caves

Ibn Khaldun Caves are a group of historical caves located in Qal’at ibn Salama, Taoughazout, Frenda District, Tiaret Province, Algeria. The caves are named after the famous Arab sociologist, philosopher and historian, Ibn Khaldun, who took refuge in these caves between 1375 and 1379 AD to dedicate himself to writing his famous Muqaddimah. Inside, these caves contain a series of small isolated rooms that can be used as shelter.

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Country: Algeria

District: Tiaret Province

Category: Ancient Rock Workes

Site History: 14th Century AD

Oldest Culture: Islamic

Later Cultures: Islamic

Site Features: Islamic Monuments

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