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Constantine is also recognized as Qasentina and it’s the capital of Constantine Province in the northern part of Algeria. Known as the City of Bridges, Constantine is a picturesque and dramatic city located on a plateau 640 meters above sea level, and almost totally surrounded by dizzying ravines with the Rhumel River flowing through. A city enmeshed in history; Constantine was founded by the Phoenicians who named it Sewa (royal city). It was taken over by Numidia who renamed it Cirta, before it fell to the Romans and later named after Emperor Constantine the Great