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Algeria
It’s best to read the chapters in order, as they build on one another. To see countries number one through nine, please go here. It’s best to read the stories/countries in order. .
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Much ado about algeria
It kind of has a mystery to it. You know it’s one of those big north african countries but you never hear much about it and certainly if you hear anything at all; it’s probably negative. Algeria was the last stop on my current african adventure and a country that had been elusive to me in the past. .
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Algeria
Such a long history and precious heritage of the north of algeria, left by roman empire, ottomans, spaniards or french. Moreover, the natural beauty of the queen of the deserts – sahara. .
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Central algeria
Algeria is a total hidden gem and a great place to visit. Algiers offered us beautiful cities (the white-painted mediterranean colonial city of algiers and the luscious, green bridges city of constantine), amazing roman ruins (djemila, timgad and tipaza), and warm and friendly people – with almost no foreign tourists in sight. What follows are some trip notes with practical information for those planning a trip to algeria, rather than a diary-style trip report. .
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What to do in algeria & what not to
Algerias archaeological and unesco sites are dotted across the country with algiers, constantine, tiddis and oran offering endless historical intrigue as well as a chance to witness the french, roman and moorish manipulation that still play an important part in the country today. Going on a guided tour of one of the worlds largest kasbahs leads you past the mosques, souks and hammams where street food, community values and views over the twinkling bay of algiers reign supreme. .
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