The Unknown Martyr Monument, the 20th anniversary of Algeria's independence, is located 127 meters above sea level on Hama Mountain in Madania district, facing the Mediterranean Sea. Designed by Poles, the monument is 92 meters high, and the entire tower is three palm-leaf shapes that lean outwards inwards. It is said to symbolize the three revolutions of industry, land and culture, so it is called the Tribe. The three leaves meet 45 meters high. There are five floors above the intersection point. Four floors are used for communication and one floor for visiting. They overlook the Bay of Algiers and look out over the city of Algiers. There is a statue at each of the roots representing the historical resistance movement, national liberation struggle and national army warrior image.
The monument of the Unknown Martyrs in Algiers is a landmark building, a three-leaf tower, dedicated to the unsung heroes who died during the Algerian Patriotic War and the War of Independence. He was an Algerian people, a symbol of independence and undaunted power, with an important sense of remembrance.
The monument of the Unknown Martyrs, also known as the Tribeta, is a landmark in Algiers. The monument is built specifically for the War of Independence and represents Algiers history and has a high meaning in the eyes of the local people.
The monument to the Unknown Martyrs in Algiers is a tall, three-leaf tower built to commemorate the Algerian War of Liberation and the victims of World War II against fascism, with a typical Soviet monument style. It is an important symbol of Algiers, Algeria's capital.
The monument to the unsung heroes in Algiers should be made of three links, like three huge leaves, so there is a name called the Tribeta. The monument is so large that you can see it from afar, Algeria was once a socialist country, so it retains many Soviet-era buildings, all of which are magnificent, and this monument is also a feature of this.
The Algerian Martyrs Monument, 92 meters high on Mount Hama, is a three palm-leaf reinforced concrete building symbolizing Algiers' three major revolutions in industry, land and culture. The leaves intersected 45 meters, each with a statue at its roots representing the Algerian martyrs killed in the 1954-1962 national liberation war. Under the monument is a small memorial that displays images and parts of equipment of Algeria's war of independence, and photographs are forbidden.