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  • Algeria’s Barbary Servals

    The Barbary serval (Leptailurus serval constantina) is a species of serval endemic to Algeria, although there have reportedly been some sightings of these elegant felines in neighboring ...

  • Talented Algerian Artist Mohammed Racim

    Visitors to Algeria's art museums, such as the magnificent National Gallery of Fine Arts in Algiers, are likely to come across the works of talented Algerian artist Mohammed Racim ...

  • The Delicate Beauty of the Desert Rose

    Referred to as rose rocks, sand roses and desert roses, the delicate formations created by minerals, sand and the elements in the arid regions of Algeria are nothing short of spectacular – and ...

  • Visit Algeria’s Best Birding Spots

    While Algeria has only one endemic bird within its borders – the Algerian Nuthatch Sitta ledanti - it has an abundance of birdlife with up to thirty-one sites of being identified as Important ...

  • Explore Algeria’s Théniet El Had National Park

    Located in Algeria's Tissemsilt Province, with the highest peak of the Ouarsenis Mountains as a backdrop, the Théniet El Had National Park is a popular destination with both local and visiting ...

  • Accomplished Algerian Artist Zoubir Hellal

    Under the title of Forza Femina the works of Algerian artist and designer Zoubir Hellal were recently on display at the Palais des Rais in Algiers. In addition to exhibiting in his home ...

  • Take a Walking Tour in Algiers

    Algiers has a number of fascinating landmarks and attractions within walking distance of one another, offering visitors the opportunity to enjoy parts of the city at a leisurely pace. One of ...

  • Discover Algeria’s City of Bridges

    Almost completely surrounded by a deep gorge, the city of Constantine is sometimes called the "City of Bridges" – a reference to the numerous bridges connecting the different parts of the city ...

  • Dragonflies – Part of Algeria’s Biodiversity

    Algeria has a number of national parks and nature reserves where visitors can view the country's wildlife in it natural surroundings. The most easily spotted wildlife in Algeria includes ...

  • Visit the North-Eastern Algerian Town of Sétif

    Located on the high plateaus of north-eastern Algeria, the town of Sétif is the capital of the Sétif Province, known to be one of the coldest regions in the country. It is not uncommon for the ...