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Algeria – Let’s Collect All the Cherries and Dates

Algeria connects Africa to Europe. It is the largest country in Africa and the world’s tenth largest with 2,381,741 square Kilometers or 919,595 square Miles in area. The Mediterranean Sea in the northern border of Algeria, while Morocco is in the west, Tunisia is to the northeast, Libya to the east, and Mauritania, Mali and Niger in the south.

Owing to the Mediterranean Sea, Algeria has a pleasant climate throughout the year, however, the weather is dry in the south due to the Sahara Desert. The cultivation of cherries and dates is a result of this climatic condition.

Algeria’s terrain is mostly high plateaus and desert along with some mountains and narrow, discontinuous coastal plains.

Algeria and officially the People’s Democratic Republic of Algeria celebrate Revolution Day as an Independence Day. They are hospitable and offer dates with milk to their guests and are cordial to friends as well as strangers. Courtesy and formality a national character of the Algerians.

In Algeria, there are seven UNESCO World Heritage Sites mainly city-ruins built by the native people and the Romans.

The Tassili National Park or the Plateau of the Rivers, is a huge open air museum with several prehistoric rock art drawings often called the Aliens on the rocks.in addition to archaeological sites from the Neolithic era.

Algeria produces the best citrus fruits, grapes, cherries, figs, wheat, and dates.

Algiers is the capital city with Ahaggar Mountains to the south. The other important cities are Oran, Constantine, and Annaba and the cities like Chlef, Batna, Blida, Djelfa, Setif, Tizi Ouzou, Oran, and Algiers have a population more than one million.

If you are planning on a visit to Algeria, the map will show you the 48 provinces and 1541 counties or communes and do not forget to collect the dates and cherries.

Algeria Road Maps for Tourists and Travelers

Detailed Road Map of Algeria

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  1. $19.95

    Item Code : REIS4686

    Algeria and Tunisia Road and Topographic Tourist Map. Algeria and Tunisia Road and Topographic Tourist Map.
    Scale 1:1,700,000. Size 28"x36". Reis Know How edition.
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  2. $14.95

    Item Code : ITMB4687

    Algeria Road and Physical Travel Reference Map America.
    Scale 1:2,000,000. International Travel Maps edition.
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  3. $14.95

    Item Code : GIZI4685

    Algeria Road and Shaded Relief Tourist Map. Algeria Road and Shaded Relief Tourist Map.
    Scale 1:2,500,000. Size 34"x39". Indexed. Gizi edition. Beautiful cartography. Very detailed.
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  4. $17.95

    Item Code : KANE4688

    Scale 1:7,500. Covers the western portion of the city, including the Port of Algiers.
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  5. $16.95

    Item Code : FREY21236

    Scale 1:8000,000/1:2,000,000. Freytag & Berndt edition. Explore Algeria with this Freytag&Berndt road map. The best way to plan your trip, prepare your itinerary, and to travel independently in this country.
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Algeria – Let’s Collect All the Cherries and Dates

Algeria connects Africa to Europe. It is the largest country in Africa and the world’s tenth largest with 2,381,741 square Kilometers or 919,595 square Miles in area. The Mediterranean Sea in the northern border of Algeria, while Morocco is in the west, Tunisia is to the northeast, Libya to the east, and Mauritania, Mali and Niger in the south.

Owing to the Mediterranean Sea, Algeria has a pleasant climate throughout the year, however, the weather is dry in the south due to the Sahara Desert. The cultivation of cherries and dates is a result of this climatic condition.

Algeria’s terrain is mostly high plateaus and desert along with some mountains and narrow, discontinuous coastal plains.

Algeria and officially the People’s Democratic Republic of Algeria celebrate Revolution Day as an Independence Day. They are hospitable and offer dates with milk to their guests and are cordial to friends as well as strangers. Courtesy and formality a national character of the Algerians.

In Algeria, there are seven UNESCO World Heritage Sites mainly city-ruins built by the native people and the Romans.

The Tassili National Park or the Plateau of the Rivers, is a huge open air museum with several prehistoric rock art drawings often called the Aliens on the rocks.in addition to archaeological sites from the Neolithic era.

Algeria produces the best citrus fruits, grapes, cherries, figs, wheat, and dates.

Algiers is the capital city with Ahaggar Mountains to the south. The other important cities are Oran, Constantine, and Annaba and the cities like Chlef, Batna, Blida, Djelfa, Setif, Tizi Ouzou, Oran, and Algiers have a population more than one million.

If you are planning on a visit to Algeria, the map will show you the 48 provinces and 1541 counties or communes and do not forget to collect the dates and cherries.

Algeria Road Maps for Tourists and Travelers

Detailed Road Map of Algeria

Buy travel maps for Algeria tourist attractions, road trips, street guide, driving directions and more

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