Algiers is the capital and the largest city of Algeria. The town's name comes from "al-Jazairi," which in Arabic means "the island" as before there were four islands close to the city that have become part of the mainland in 1525. History The city was founded in the X th century on the site of ruins of a small Roman settlement...
Oran is a port city on the Mediterranean coast of Algeria. The capital of the eponymous province (vilayet), and in the era of French colonial rule it was the place of the eponymous department. Oran is the most European of all the Algerian cities - at the time the Spaniards owned it for nearly 300 years. The town's name derives from the French name Wahran, which is translated from the ancient language of the Moors meaning "Two lions...
The Djemila city lies at an altitude of 900 m above the sea level. Its temples, basilicas, triumphal arches and other structures are striking examples of the Roman town planning adapted to the location in the mountains. Djemila was during the Roman town known as Cuicul. Today Djemila is a small village in the mountains of the north coast of Algeria, but the ruins of the former city are observed today and it is a worth visiting place for those passionate...
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