The National Public Museum of Fine Arts

the National Public Museum of Fine Arts, designed by Guelma’s architect, Paul Guion, is a four-storey art deco building; it is an astonishing synthesis of various styles, in which the decorative influences of medieval Muslim art, such as those of the ancient Mediterranean art associated with those of the art of the 1930s, are harmoniously reflected.All these specificities, which confer instead a great originality, are added a Pergola suspended to the Italian, as well as a visitable park where grow various species of the Mediterranean and African flora.