Blida Airport is an airport in Blida, Algeria (IATA: QLD, ICAO: DAAB).
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Birtouta (Arabic: بئر توتة) is a town and commune in Algiers Province, Algeria.
Berteaux Airfield is an abandoned World War II United States Army Air Forces military airfield in Algeria, which was located approximately 9 km east of Telerghma; 35 km southwest of Constantine.
Barrahel is a town in northeastern Algeria.
Beniane is a town and commune in Mascara Province, Algeria.
Beni Haoua is a town and commune in Chlef Province, Algeria.
Aïn Touta is a town in eastern Algeria. It is located 35 km southwest of Batna and 82 km north of Biskra. It has an area of about five square kilometers (2 square miles). Aïn Touta is one of the interesting cities in Algeria because of its strategic…
Aïn Taya is a suburb of Algiers, Algeria. It is located in the administrative constituency of Dar El Beïda in the Governorate of Greater Algiers. Its postal code is 16019 and its municipal code is 1638. Prior to its being part of the Governorate of …
Ain Smara is a municipality in the west of the city of Constantine, Algeria. It is bordered on the east by Constantine municipality and El Khroub, on the west by Oued el ethmania (Mila), on the north by Ibn Ziad and on the south by El Khroub and it …
Aïn M'lila (Ayn Malīlah; which means "the white source") is a town and commune in Oum El Bouaghi Province, Algeria. According to the 1998 census it has a population of 69,798. It is the home-town of Larbi Ben M'hidi, one of the most prominent Algeri…
Ain M'lila Airfield is an abandoned World War II military airfield in Algeria, located approximately 17 km north-northwest of Aïn Kercha in Oum el Bouaghi province, about 50 km south-southeast of Constantine. It was built by the Army Corps of Engine…
Bou Saada Airport (IATA: BUJ, ICAO: DAAD), also known as Ain Eddis Airport, is an airport located 7.5 NM (13.9 km; 8.6 mi) north of Bou Saada, Algeria.
Adekar is a town and municipality (baladiyah) in northern Algeria.
Sidi Slimane (Arabic: ﺳﻴﺪي ﺳﻠﻴﻤﺎن) is a town and commune in Mégarine District, Ouargla Province, Algeria, located near the city of Touggourt.
Sidi Moussa is a suburb of the city of Algiers in northern Algeria.
Ouled Aissa, Boumerdès is a town and commune in Boumerdès Province, Algeria.
Ouled Aissa (Arabic: اﻟﻄﺎرﻓﺔ) (also written Ouled Aïssa) is a town and commune in Charouine District, Adrar Province, in south-central Algeria.
Nouader is a town in northeastern Algeria.
Azzaba is a town and commune in Azzaba District, Skikda Province, Algeria.
Zemmouri is a town and commune in Boumerdès Province, Algeria.
The Turenne rail accident occurred on September 14, 1932 when a train carrying French Foreign Legionnaires crashed in Algeria killing 62 people.
Tsletsi Airport is an airport in Djelfa, Algeria (IATA: QDJ, ICAO: DAFI).
Tizi is a town and commune in Mascara Province, Algeria.
Tixter is a town and commune in Bordj Bou Arréridj Province, Algeria.
Tipaza Longwave Transmitter is the facility of the Algerian Broadcasting Company for transmitting French-speaking programs on the longwave frequency of 252 kHz. Tipaza Longwave Transmitter, which is situated near Tipaza at 36°33'58" N and 2°28'50" E…
Tifra is a town in northern Algeria.
Tichy is a town in northern Algeria.
Théniet El Had is a Town, District and Commune in Algeria.
Terga is a municipality in northwestern Algeria.
Teniet El Abed (Arabic: نية العابد) is a town in the Aurès Mountains of northeastern Algeria. As of 2008 it had a population of 11,338 people.
Tendla (also Tinedla or Tenedla) (Arabic: اﻟﻌﻘﻠﺔ) is a town and commune in Djamaa District, El Oued Province, Algeria.
Tamza is a town and commune in Khenchela Province, Algeria.
Tadjena (Arabic: تدجنة) (formerly Fromentin) is a town in the Dahra mountains in Chlef Province in central Algeria, with a population of about 23,000; its altitude is 438 m.
Tablat is a town and commune in Médéa Province, Algeria.
Stade de l'Unité-Maghrébine (Arabic: ملعب الوحدة المغاربية) is a multi-use stadium in Béjaïa, Algeria. It is currently used mostly for football matches and is the home ground of JSM Béjaïa and MO Béjaïa.
Sobha, Algeria is a town and commune in Chlef Province, Algeria.