375 DAYS - 365 PHOTOS - Photo 123, taken June 25, 2009, Algiers, Algeria.
Tension builds in the streets of the Casbah in old Algiers as children argue over a trivial matter. The historic and narrow alleys of old Algiers, known as the Casbah are now listed as an UNESCO World Heritage Area.
The Casbah (Arabic: قصبة‎, qasba, meaning citadel (fortress)) is specifically the citadel of Algiers in Algeria and the traditional quarter clustered around it. More generally, a Casbah is the walled citadel of many North African cities and towns. The name made its way into English from French in the late 19th century (the Oxford English Dictionary states 1895), and continues to be spelled as acquired from that language.
375 DAYS - 365 PHOTOS is a series of photographs from the archives of jonahkessel.com. Photographs span over eight years and include locations from all around the world. They fall in no particular order, but their own. 
For an explanation of why there are 375 days in this photo series instead of the traditional 365 days, see this link. To place bets on how many days will actually pass by the time it takes Jonah to post 365 pictures, click on this link.

375 DAYS - 365 PHOTOS - Photo 123, taken June 25, 2009, Algiers, Algeria.

Tension builds in the streets of the Casbah in old Algiers as children argue over a trivial matter. The historic and narrow alleys of old Algiers, known as the Casbah are now listed as an UNESCO World Heritage Area.

The Casbah (Arabic: قصبة‎, qasba, meaning citadel (fortress)) is specifically the citadel of Algiers in Algeria and the traditional quarter clustered around it. More generally, a Casbah is the walled citadel of many North African cities and towns. The name made its way into English from French in the late 19th century (the Oxford English Dictionary states 1895), and continues to be spelled as acquired from that language.

375 DAYS - 365 PHOTOS is a series of photographs from the archives of jonahkessel.com. Photographs span over eight years and include locations from all around the world. They fall in no particular order, but their own.

For an explanation of why there are 375 days in this photo series instead of the traditional 365 days, see this link. To place bets on how many days will actually pass by the time it takes Jonah to post 365 pictures, click on this link.

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