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Algeria Towns and Cities: Algeria, North Africa - World Guides
Located in north-eastern Algeria, Constantine is the third largest city and a popular visitor destination. The city boasts an interesting past, which stretches back to Carthaginian times.
Standing atop a mountain, Constantine has a casbah, palace, mosques, and an interesting museum. Nearby are the Roman ruins of Tiddis.
Algeria's second-largest city is somewhat off the main tourist route....
Date: 2016-06-08 06:15:55
Algeria Restaurants and Dining: Algeria, North Africa
Most of the restaurants and upscale dining establishments of Algeria can be found in its larger cities, particularly Algiers. Elsewhere, visitors have plenty of opportunities to sample local dishes in the small restaurants, cafes and eateries found in most small towns. Alternatively, diners punctuate Algeria's highways and are a great way to sample traditional cuisine.
Dining out in Algeria gives...
Date: 2016-06-08 06:15:53
The National Museum of Fine Arts in Algiers
The National Museum of Fine Arts in Algiers
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The National Museum of Fine Arts was built in Algiers in 1927. The building is on the forest hill of the Hamma quarter in the heart of the majestic Algerian Bay and the green scenery of the Jardin d'Essai.
The Museum is surrounded by several monumental heritage sites like the Algiers Villa Abd- El-tif, the Turkish...
Africa Continent - World Guides
WORLD GUIDES TO ALGERIA
Located within North Africa and alongside the Mediterranean Sea, the People's Democratic Republic of Algeria ranks as the continent's second-biggest country.
Tourism in Algeria is very much a burgeoning industry and suits confident travellers looking for a unique holiday. The beaches of the Turquoise Coast are a real highlight, along with the Sahara dunes, the peaks of the...
Date: 2016-06-08 06:15:26
Algiers Tourism (Capital City): Algeria, North Africa
Algiers is the capital city of Algeria, the second-largest country in Africa. This cosmopolitan city overlooks the Bay of Algiers.
It is particularly noted for its white buildings. Indeed, it is familiarly known as 'Alger la Blanche'.
The city is often seen by visitors as simply a point of arrival. However, it is well worth staying a few days extra in Algiers, so that you can get to know all that...
Date: 2016-06-08 06:15:50
Algiers Map, Algiers - Capital of Algeria
Description : Algiers map showing the major roads, railway, mosque, hospitals, universities and tourist attractions, etc.
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Algiers is the capital, the...
The Best Places to Visit in Algeria - bestourism.com
Excursions and sights of Algeria
The ancient city of Algiers spreads like an amphitheater in the hills of the same name in the bay. Most buildings are constructed of a light construction material which gives the city a festive look. You can see the distinctive
in the old town with quaint narrow streets and disorder one-story houses with flat roofs, graceful mosques and other...
Algeria Africa - Flags, Maps, Economy, History, Climate ...
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The Maghrib (see Glossary) remains a politically, economically, and strategically important area for Algerian foreign policy objectives. Sharing economic, cultural, linguistic, and religious characteristics, as well as national borders, the Maghrib nations have historically maintained highly integrated diplomatic interests. Before Algerian independence, the other...
ALGERIA - Encyclopedia of the Nations
Benjamin, Roger. Renoir and Algeria. New Haven: Yale University Press, 2003.
Bennoune, Mahfoud. The Making of Contemporary Algeria, 1830-1987: Colonial Upheavals and Post-independence Development. New York: Cambridge University Press, 1988.
Boissier, Gaston. Roman Africa: Archaeological Walks in Algeria and Tunis. New York: G. P. Putnam's Sons, 1999.
Algeria’s Berbers protest for Tamazight language rights | News
Berber communities in Algeria are calling on the government to allocate state funding to promote and preserve their indigenous language, a demand that has prompted several protests in the country's northern region this week.
The protests come after an amendment to 2018 budget legislation that would have formalised the teaching of the Tamazight language in local schools was rejected by members of...
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Your walking trek through the Atlas Mountains will take you through the lands of the Berbers. The Berbers, (also known as the Amazigh) have a history that predates the arrival of Islam and the Arabs. Walking through the High Atlas is a wonderful way of exploring the area. There are so many villages, waterfalls, rivers, mountains and of course, indigenous people and culture that it could be completely different with every visit.
The Atlas mountain range separates the Mediterranean and Atlantic coastlines from the...
Date: 2017-12-20 07:02:26
Tunisia on High Alert over Presence of 100 Terrorists at ...
Tunisia on High Alert over Presence of 100 Terrorists at Border with Algeria | The North Africa Post
December 19, 2017
Tunisian Defense Minister has warned a parliament committee that around 100 terrorists preparing to sneak into Tunisia are currently hiding in the western mountainous region of the country on the border with Algeria.
Abdelkarim Zubaidi told the Parliament Committee on Management...
Algeria Map | Map of Algeria - Maps of World
Algeria is a country in the region of North Africa known as the Maghreb, and the largest country on the continent. In the north, Algeria features the coastline along the Mediterranean Sea and its Alboran Sea, as well as the Tell Atlas and Saharan Atlas mountain ranges, while southern regions of Algeria hold part of the Sahara Desert, featuring massive sand dunes. Other mountains...
Morocco for Kids - MrNussbaum.com
Located at the western edge of the Strait of Gibraltar, Tangier is the second largest city in Morocco with a population 1.8 million. It was once a haven and popular vacation spot for famous artists and writers such as Tennessee Williams and George Orwell, who were attracted to the cities multicultural influences. It was also known as a headquarters for international spies. Today, tourism...
List of World Heritage Sites in Africa - Wikipedia
Selection of World Heritage Sites[ edit ]
Ethiopia and Morocco are home to the most with nine sites; followed by Tunisia and South Africa at eight sites; and Algeria , Egypt , Senegal , and Tanzania at seven. Eleven countries have only a single site each. Four sites are shared between two countries: Maloti-Drakensberg Park ( Lesotho and South Africa ), the Mount Nimba Strict Nature Reserve (...
Date: 2017-12-12 17:18:47