The Ahmed Zabana National Museum (French: Musee Ahmed Zabana) is situated in Oran. It is named after Ahmed Zabana, an Algerian national hero who was executed by French colonialists in 1956. The museum's architecture tells a story of the impact of Algeria's struggle against French rule between 1954 and 1962. If you are a history enthusiast and love to discover what shaped today's society, this museum is the best bet. You will not only see ancient sculptures but also mosaics, terraccotta potraits and beautiful paintings.
Ahmed Zabana National Museum features a collection of scupltures, paintings, mosaics, lobsters, stuffed animals and shark. During your visit, you will also get to see the list of Algerians who were instrumental in Algeria's road to independence. Feel free to ask as many questions as possible about the historical objects featured in the museum and what they represent.