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Algeria Cuisine and Good Table Manners

One thing you're sure to notice during your visit to Algeria is that the locals are hospitable and encourage family and friends to share their food. Even an unexpected visitor will be greeted warmly and offered coffee at the very least.

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Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner - Algerian Style

Half the fun of any vacation is sampling the local cuisine. So please, whatever you do, do not travel all the way to Algeria just to have a pizza or an imitation Big Mac. Whether you enjoy it in a restaurant or eat it on the fly when purchased from a street vendor, traditional Algerian cuisine is what you should be after: a mouthwatering combination of Berber, Turkish, French, and Arab tastes - typically either extremely mild or packed with flavorful and often spicy seasonings. Ginger, saffron, onion, garlic, coriander, cumin, cinnamon, parsley, and mint are essential in any Algerian pantry.

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Among the Sands of Time - Algeria's Renowned Art Museum

One of the finest art museums in North Africa also happens to be in close proximity to Algiers. A visit to the Bardo Ethnographic and Local Art Museum is a worthy addition to any traveler's itinerary.

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Algeria: Archeological Finds Reveal a Varied Past

A mix of cultures contributes to Algeria's ancient past - in particular the Romans! For lovers of archeology and even those with a casual curiosity for poking around old ruins, Algeria offers many locations that will satisfy the need to wander and explore wonder about Algeria's mythic past.

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The Magnificent Country of Algeria

Situated between Morocco and Tunisia on the Northern coast of Africa, Algeria is nearly three times the size of Texas. The country has a green coast, beautiful mountains, alluring but mostly dormant or extinct volcanoes and breathtaking oases. It also has a people who are of Berber origin and who have a strong and fascinating sense of cultural identity. Unfortunately, Algeria has also been the site of many wars and conflicts. These conflicts were more prolific in the past when the struggle for government and self rule were at the height of national attention. However, while the country is slowly starting to recover, there is still hostility in certain regions.

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