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Chrea – Spectacular Skiing in Algeria

Both the small towns of Chrea and Blida are located approximately seventy kilometers outside of Algiers, Algeria. Not many visitors to Algeria are even aware of this magnificent part of the country. Even though Chrea is mostly known as a ski area and nature reserve, it has also played a role in the literary and revolutionary history of Algeria. Revolutionary author and essayist, Frantz Fanon, was extremely fond of Chrea. His writings and literary works were the inspiration behind anti-colonial liberation movements.

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Unique Club Sounds of DJ Cheb i Sabbah

World renowned DJ Cheb i Sabbah was born in Algeria and moved to Paris, France, in the early 1960s. He began exploring his talent and love for music when he started spinning discs in Paris in 1964, soon bringing his unique sound to the attention of the music world. Heavily influenced by his Berber, Jewish and Algerian heritage and with an appreciation for a wide variety of music genres, Cheb i Sabbah continues to break the mould of the stereo-typical club DJs.

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Algeria’s Rural Renewal Program

Following a successful pilot phase, which concluded in 2007, the Algerian government has approved a program aimed at revitalizing the country’s rural areas, which are home to more than 13 million Algerians, making up about 40% of the population. Although the Rural Renewal Program (PRR) focuses on agriculture, it will also include projects relating to commerce, tourism, culture, crafts, fishing, education, the environment, industry and new technologies, with the goal of fuelling dynamic, sustainable growth.

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Six Algerian Boxers Going to Olympics

Beijing was named the host city for the 2008 Olympics on 13 July 2001. For years now, renovations to heritage sites, monuments and attractions have been underway, in anticipation of the thousands of visitors who will come to Beijing between the 8th and the 24th of August 2008 during the Olympic Games. Athletes from all over the world, and their supporters, will be flocking to the city to lend their support to their countries, and Algeria will be represented by no less than six boxers in the Olympic boxing ring.

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80 Partnership Contracts Signed with Investors

The diverse and fascinating country of Algeria, situated in North Africa, has a shoreline stretching 1,200 kilometer along the Mediterranean Sea, which boasts world-class seaside resorts and beaches. In addition, Algeria has many beautiful landscapes throughout the country to delight sightseers, from mountains and forests, which enjoy snow in winter, to unique desert areas of golden sand. The historical and cultural background of Algeria offers tourists many opportunities to gain insight into a life-style different from their own, which is often the motivation for travelers to visit a foreign country.

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Bay of Algiers Seafront Development

The bustling city of Algiers is both the capital and the largest city of Algeria, as well as the second largest city in North Africa. Algiers is situated on the west side of a large bay along the coast of the Mediterranean Sea. Authorities believe that the Bay of Algiers seafront development, consisting of numerous renovation and expansion projects, will attract foreign investment and provide hundreds of jobs, to the benefit of the economy and the image of the city.

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The Ancient Wonders of Tébessa

The ancient city of Tébessa is the capital city of the Algerian province of the same name and is situated about 20 kilometers from the Tunisian border. The city is home to more than 160,000 people and is famous for the manufacture of traditional Algerian carpets. Tébessa has a long and diverse history with many interesting sights for visitors to explore.

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Souad Massi – A Symbol of Strength through her Music

On 23 August 1972, Souad Massi was born in the city of Algiers in Algeria to an impoverished family with seven children. Her social problems did not burden her or cast a shadow over her dreams. Every night, she would risk her life to walk to her guitar lessons long after curfew, and with the support of her brother she started on her road to musical success. Even though she is a Berber of Kabyle descent, she has no political ties or aspirations. All that Souad Massi is interested in is playing her music and sharing her thoughts with the world.

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