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The Bastion de France was a trading post founded in the sixteenth century by French merchants of Corsican origin who had established themselves in North Africa near Annaba. It developed important commercial links with Marseille, especially in the valuable coral trade. It was demolished and rebuilt a number of times.

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  • The Bastion de France was a trading post founded in the sixteenth century by French merchants of Corsican origin who had established themselves in North Africa near Annaba. It developed important commercial links with Marseille, especially in the valuable coral trade. It was demolished and rebuilt a number of times.
  • Le Bastion de France est un comptoir commercial fondé au XVIe siècle par des Français issus d'une famille corse, installée en Afrique du Nord, près de Bône à la frontière algéro-tunisienne. Ce comptoir développe d'importantes relations commerciales avec Marseille.
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  • The Bastion de France was a trading post founded in the sixteenth century by French merchants of Corsican origin who had established themselves in North Africa near Annaba. It developed important commercial links with Marseille, especially in the valuable coral trade. It was demolished and rebuilt a number of times.
  • Le Bastion de France est un comptoir commercial fondé au XVIe siècle par des Français issus d'une famille corse, installée en Afrique du Nord, près de Bône à la frontière algéro-tunisienne. Ce comptoir développe d'importantes relations commerciales avec Marseille.
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