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Explore Algeria!

What's going on the Web about Algeria, and what in the world are the Algerian people upto? Let's take a fun tour!

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1. Photos and Pictures 2. In the News 3. Videos & Movie Clips 4. Posts from the Blogosphere
5. Full Interactive Map 6. Best Books 7. A Little Introduction 8. Discussion

First, Pictures and Photos

Let's see what Algerian photographers are snapping, clicking and posting around the great nation of Algeria, right now!

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Second, Latest News & Views!

Let's see what's happening in and around Algeria and stay in quick touch with news, reports and analysis on the top newspapers and journals, as it happens right now!

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Third, Of course, Videos & Movie Clips

Let's watch the hottest and some of the most amazing internet videos and movies being uploaded by Algeria video buffs! We've already selected some great ones for you, but you can always search for more using the video search box below. To see a video, just click on a video to watch it live right now on this webpage!

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Fourth, The Blogosphere

Let's read what citizen journalists and bloggers are writing, commenting and speaking their minds about in these Top Algerian Blog posts about now. You may as well wish to visit one of these great Algerian bloggers and leave a comment there!

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Fifth, The Map

Still can't get enough of Algeria ? Let's explore what else is there in Algeria and learn more about its geography, topography and terrain on this interactive map. To see it bigger, check out our full screen Map of Algeria. Meanwhile, Let's Zoom in and out and pan across this Algerian map!

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Full Screen Map of Algeria

Sixth... Don't forget Bestselling books

A good book is your best friend! Don't be left out without these great books on Algeria! We recommend a wonderful collection, specially selected, and the best discounted prices anywhere on the Internet, because they're directly from Amazon.com - 100% safe and secure! Fill up your bookshelf with these!

Seventh... A little introduction of Algeria

Let's listen to the beautiful Algerian national anthem.

The Capital of Algeria is Algiers. A person from Algeria is called Algerian.

The People's Democratic Republic of Algeria (Arabic: الجمهورية الجزائرية الديمقراطية الشعبية) , or Algeria (Arabic: الجزائر), is a presidential state in north Africa, and the second largest country on the African continent. It is bordered by Tunisia in the northeast, Libya in the east, Niger in the southeast, Mali and Mauritania in the southwest, and Morocco as well as a few kilometers of its annexed territory, Western Sahara, in the west. Constitutionally, it is defined as an Islamic and Arab country. The name Algeria is derived from the name of the city of Algiers, from the Arabic word al-jazā’ir, which translates as the islands, referring to the four islands which lay off that city's coast until becoming part of the mainland in 1525.

Check out what days and events Algerian people observe for their national & public holidays.

Discuss Algeria

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