Dréan (Arabic الدرعان) is a small coastal town in Algeria, 25 km south of Annaba, in El Taref Province. It has a population of about 40,000. The author Albert Camus was born there during the French rule in Algeria when it was known as Mondovi. It is the capital of Dréan District.
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