Constantine is a town located on a mountain plateau in northeastern Algeria, 80 km from the Mediterranean coast. It is one of the cultural and industrial centers of the country. The town gets its name during the Roman Empire, in honour of the Great Emperor Constantine the great. Constantine is divided into two parts, by a picturesque Canyon, interconnected with majestic bridges. The exclusive identity of the landscape and architecture of the town, attracts tourists from all over the world. In addition, every guest of this ancient town, can visit the Museum of modern art, the Old town, numerous mosques and palaces.