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Oued el Abiod: Appreciating the Splendor of Nature

Looking for something interesting to do while you’re visiting Algeria? You might find that a trip to Oued el Abiod will amaze and excite you. This great topographical attraction boggles the mind and gives you an immense appreciation for the wonders of nature.

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Visit the Historical Great Synagogue of Oran

Judaism is not a religion that is commonly associated with Algeria, yet there are several synagogues located in the country. One of these is the Great Synagogue of Oran which makes for a lovely tourist attraction if you are planning to visit the area soon.

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El-Atteuf: Known for its Intriguing Architecture

The city of El-Atteuf is one of the five cities making up what is referred to as the M’Zab Pentapolis, located north of the Sahara and around 500 kilometers south of Algiers in Algeria. As with the other four cities - Ghardaia, Bounoura, Melika and Beni Isguen – El Atteuf is a masterpiece of town planning, featuring superb architecture, and is home to a thriving community. The M’Zab Pentapolis has turned a rocky limestone plateau into a man-made oasis that lies as an island of green amidst parched desert landscapes, drawing tourists from far and wide to marvel at this region of great contrasts.

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Djebel Murdjadjo and Santa Cruz Fortress

The majestic Djebel Murdjadjo overlooks the city of Oran, extending to the west, dominating the Oran region of Algeria. The steep rocky crags of the mountain range eventually taper westward forming a long flat plateau. Perched on top of Djebel Murdjadjo is the imposing Spanish-built Santa Cruz Fortress, with the Our Lady of Santa Cruz Basilica nearby, standing as reminders of past conflicts and the seeking of solace.

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Tikjda – Fun All Year Round

Located at an altitude of 1,600 meters in the Djurdjura Mountains in northern Algeria, the four-season resort of Tikjda offers local and international visitors the opportunity to enjoy snow sports in the winter and a variety of activities in the summer months. Whereas Tikjda was at one time inaccessible due to unrest and terrorist activities, this now peaceful resort welcomes visitors to enjoy the natural beauty and tranquility of the surroundings.

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Historical and Natural Splendor of Cherchell

Situated about fifty-five miles west of Algiers, the capital city of Algeria, the charming seaport town of Cherchell has a history dating back to 1500 BC. It is believed that many ruins and archeological treasures may be hidden beneath the town, making them inaccessible. Nevertheless, there are plenty of monuments and archeological ruins scattered throughout the town and surroundings that bear testimony to Cherchell’s long and fascinating history.

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Exploring the Beauty of Algeria on a Bicycle

The International Bicycle Fund is a non-profit, independent organization that has as its goal the promotion of using bicycles as a means of transportation. As part of this initiative, Bicycle Africa specializes in bicycle tours as a means for Westerners to gain insight into Africa and its people on a one-on-one level. Their philosophy is based on cross-cultural, educational, environmentally friendly, sustainable eco-tourism. Tourists who are looking for adventure and a truly enriching cultural experience are offered the opportunity to travel by bicycle through the fascinating North African country of Algeria.

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Historical Wonders of Djemila

Just east of Algiers lies a breathtaking mountainous region along the northern coast of Algeria. It is amongst the rolling green hills and diverse landscape that Djemila can be found. The scattered remains of the Roman Empire that once ruled this expanse is the only memory of their occupation, yet stands as a monument to their engineering skills in constructing a beautiful town on a landscape that few would choose for construction. All though Djemila was not a big town, and therefore not the largest ruins in North Africa, it is the best preserved and can be described as extraordinary.

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