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Resort Life at Sidi Fredj Peninsula

The spectacular tourist development of Sidi Fredj located on the Sidi Fredj peninsula in Algiers Province, Algeria, was designed in 1968 by the French architect Fernand Pouillon under the direction of the Algerian authorities. The resort was inspired by Ghardaia, a traditional city in Southern Algeria, and has all the amenities one would expect of a world-class tourist resort area. The Sidi Fredj resort area is about 45 kilometers from the international airport of Houari Boumedienne making it easily accessible to tourists from far and wide.

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Relax and Take in the Sights of Mostaganem

The city of Mostaganem is located on the Mediterranean Sea, in the northwest region of Algeria. It was founded in the eleventh century, under the name Murustage, but was soon overrun in 1516 by Barbarossa. Even though Barbarossa was a pirate, he managed to transform Mostaganem into a lucrative pirate port, and a port for commercial traffic. It was not exactly the ideal leadership, but it did secure the seaport city as an important trading post and center for the fishing industry.

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Journey Back in Time at Tiddis

The fascinating ruins of the city of Tiddis are situated on the side of a hill near the city of Constantine in Algeria. Archaeological discoveries have led experts to believe that Tiddis was an ancient Berber settlement before it was occupied and developed by the Romans early in the first century and used primarily as a military outpost. This would explain why, unlike most Roman ruins which are located on flat ground with rectangular shapes and straight streets, Tiddis has winding roads climbing up a hillside.

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The Hidden Wonders of Beni Isguen

The fortified city of Beni Isguen is not only an oasis in the Sahara Desert in Algeria, but it is a religious city that has been left untouched by the modernization of the world. The community of Beni Isguen consists mostly of shop keepers and those who tend to the agricultural needs of the city. With a total population of approximately 6 800 residents, they live strictly according to the Islamic religion and form a crucial part of the heritage of Algeria.

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Origins of The Desert Foxes

The national football team of Algeria is managed by the Fédération Algérienne de Football. Known by the nickname of “Les Fennecs” (The Desert Foxes), the team qualified in two consecutive World Cups – in 1982 and 1986. The head coach is Jean-Michel Cavalli, and the highest FIFA ranking achieved by the Algerian football team was number 30 in September 1993.

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A Unique Tour of Ancient Mila

Many countries around the world have ancient cities that are known not for their entertainment qualities or activities but because they have become significant as part of their heritage and a noteworthy historical site. For Algeria, Mila is just such a town. Mila, also spelled Milah, has a rich and fascinating history, which is rarely explored. Its ability to remain out of the spotlight for many years has led to the preservation of most of its buildings, fortifications and homes.

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Eid al-Adha – Festival of the Sacrifice

Eid al-Adha (Festival of Sacrifice) is an important Islamic religious festival that is observed by Muslims world-wide. In Algeria, a predominantly Muslim country, this festival is also referred to as Eid el-Kbir. This is one of the two Eid festivals that are celebrated by Muslims – the other being Eid ul-Fitr that marks the end of Ramadan.

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In Salah – An Intriguing Desert Oasis

Visitors who travel to Algeria are often not aware of the smaller, cultural and traditional towns that are located off the beaten track. These desert gems are hidden on the outskirts of Algeria, but are extremely interesting and fascinating when explored. One of these destinations is In Salah, situated in the heart of the desert, and once a flourishing outpost for Trans-Saharan caravans.

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