Articles in Algeria ( 724 )

724 Articles of interest in Algeria

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  • Madghacen

    Madghacen or Medracen or Medghassen or Madghis also spelled Imadghassen, correct berber spelling imedghasen is a royal mausoleum-temple of the Berber Numidian Kings which stands near Batna city in Aurasius Mons in Numidia - Algeria.

  • Hammaguir

    Hammaguir (also written Hamaguir) is a village in Abadla District, Béchar Province, Algeria, south-west of Béchar. It lies on the N50 national highway between Béchar and Tindouf.

  • M'Daourouch

    M'Daourouch is a municipality in Souk Ahras Province, Algeria, occupying the site of the Roman town of Madauros (or Madaura) in the Roman province of Numidia, whose bishopric is included in the Catholic Church's list of titular sees.

  • El Kala

    El Kala (Arabic: القالة‎, French: formerly La Calle) is a seaport of Algeria, in El Tarf Province, 56 miles (90 km) by rail east of Annaba and 10 miles (16 km) west of the Tunisian frontier. It is the centre of the Algerian and Tunisian coral fisher…

  • Dréan

    Dréan 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.

  • Bab Ezzouar

    Bab Ezzouar is a suburb of the city of Algiers in northern Algeria. It is one of Algiers fastest growing municipalities and has seen many hotels and commercial malls being raised in the area.

  • Kouba, Algeria

    Kouba is a suburb situated on a height just south-east of the central city of Algiers in northern Algeria. It is home to the Kouba city council and the church of Kouba, which was built during the French colonial times. Its name refers to "Qubba", wh…

  • El Mouradia

    El Mouradia-El Golf (Arabic: المرادية‎) is a municipality in Algiers Province, Algeria. It is administratively part of Sidi M'Hamed district.

  • El Eulma

    El-Eulma (Arabic: العلمة‎) is a city in Algeria, located some 210 miles east of the capital Algiers. It is the second-largest city in Sétif Province with a population of 105,130 (1998 census).

  • El Biar

    El Biar (from the Arabic "الأبيار" meaning "The Wells") is a suburb of Algiers, Algeria. It is located in the administrative constituency of Bouzaréah in the Algiers Province. As of the 1998 census, it has a population of 52,582 inhabitants.

  • Chelif River

    Chelif River (Arabic: وادي الشلف‎, Wadi ash-Shalif) (also spelled Chéliff, or Sheliff) is a 700-kilometre (430 mi) long river in Algeria and also the longest one in the country. It rises from the Saharan Atlas near the city of Aflou, flows through t…

  • Aguenar – Hadj Bey Akhamok Airport

    Aguenar – Hadj Bey Akhamok Airport (French: Aéroport de Tamanrasset / Aguenar – Hadj Bey Akhamok) (IATA: TMR, ICAO: DAAT), also known as Aguenar Airport or Tamanrasset Airport, is an airport serving Tamanrasset, a city in the Tamanrasset Province of…

  • Action off Cape Bougaroun

    The Action off Cape Bougaroun, or the Attack on Convoy KMF-25A was a Luftwaffe action against an Allied naval convoy off the coast of Algeria during World War II. The convoy of American, British, Greek and Dutch ships was attacked on 6 November 1943…

  • Abalessa

    Abalessa is a town and commune in Tamanrasset Province, in southern Algeria, coextensive with the district of the same name. According to the 2008 census it has a population of 9,163 up from 6,484 in 1998, with an annual growth rate of 3.6%. Abaless…

  • USS Leedstown (AP-73)

    USS Leedstown (AP-73), (originally SS Santa Lucia) was a Grace Line passenger and cargo ocean liner that served as a United States Navy amphibious assault ship in World War II.

  • Rock art of the Djelfa region

    The rock art of the Djelfa region in the Ouled Naïl Range (Algeria) consists of prehistoric engravings of Neolithic age which have been recognized since 1914. Following the Saharan Atlas Mountains they follow on from those, to the west, of south Ora…

  • Chott Melrhir

    Chott Melrhir (Arabic: شط ملغيغ‎) also known as Chott Melghir or Chott Melhir is an endorheic salt lake in northeastern Algeria. It the westernmost part of a series of depressions, which extend from the Gulf of Gabès into the Sahara. They were creat…

  • Oued Irara–Krim Belkacem Airport

    Oued Irara–Krim Belkacem Airport (French: Aéroport de Hassi Messaoud / Oued Irara–Krim Belkacem) (IATA: HME, ICAO: DAUH) is an airport serving Hassi Messaoud, a city in the Ouargla Province of eastern Algeria. It is located 5 nautical miles (9.3 km)…

  • Lakhdaria

    Lakhdaria (Arabic: الأخضرية‎), formerly known as Palestro, is a town in northern Algeria, in the Bouïra Province. It is located 50 miles (75 km) south east of Algiers.

  • El Goléa

    El Goléa (Arabic: القلعة‎) is an oasis town and commune, and capital of El Ménia District, in Ghardaïa Province, Algeria. The official name is El Ménia (Arabic: المنيعة‎); together in Arabic, the two names mean Impregnable Castle. According to the 2…

  • El Borma

    El Borma (Arabic: اﻟﺒﺮﻣﺔ‎) is a town and commune, which is coextensive with El Borma District, in Ouargla Province, Algeria. According to the 2008 census it has a population of 3,250, up from 1,997 in 1998. and an annual population growth rate of 4.…

  • Hammam Essalihine

    Hammam Essalihine (Aquae Flavianae) is an ancient Roman Bath situated in the Aurès Mountains in the El Hamma District in the Khenchela Province of Algeria. As the Latin name suggests, it dates from the time of the Flavian Dynasty.

  • Tigzirt

    Tigzirt is a small town on the coast of northeast Algeria in Tizi Ouzou Province. It has a sleepy demeanor and attracts only a small number of tourists. The ruins of a Christian religion basilica from the 5th century or 6th century are there, situat…