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About Collo

Collo (Arabic: القل) was an ancient Roman–Berber city in the northern Skikda Province, Algeria. It was the capital and one of three municipalities of Collo District, and a Catholic titular episcopal see under its Roman name Chullu. In 1998, it had a population of 27,800.

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