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Top 10 places for travel & vacation in Algeria.

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Djemila- the ruins of the ancient Roman city in Algeria. Enter the list of UNESCO World Heritage Site. Of course much of the city destroyed, but well-preserved basilica, the temple, the house and the triumphal arch. The city had a thermal bath, and the Capitol Theatre.
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Batna - a city in the north-east of Algeria. The city is situated at an altitude of over 1,000 meters above sea level. Near is the ancient Roman city of Timgad, which is included in the UNESCO World Heritage List.
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Tipasa is an ancient city on the Mediterranean coast in Algeria. It was founded in the 6th century BC. It is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The main attractions: The ruins of the Roman amphitheater, Remains of the Christian church, Tourist complex "Corn d'or", Tomb of the Moorish kings.
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Msila is a city in the north of Algeria. On the territory of the district is the city of Cala Beni-Hammad, which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
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Timgad - Roman city in Algeria. It was founded as a military colony in the year 100. The town is a well-preserved Roman settlement, which includes the triumphal arches, theaters and thermal baths. Included in the UNESCO World Heritage List.
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Tebessa - Berber city and capital of the  province in Algeria. The main attractions are: the triumphal arch, Roman Theater, Temple of Minerva, the Amphitheatre, the Basilica of St. Crispinus, the Archaeological Museum, Byzantine walls, chapels, catacombs, chapels and gardens.
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Taghit is an oasis city in the western part of Algeria. The city has many Neolithic rock paintings, palm groves and sand dunes. Local tour operators offer one-day or multi-day trips to sandy and / or rocky deserts. The old village, built of rugged clay and palm trunks, fell into disrepair. The walls of new houses consist of hollow blocks of stairs and ceilings are made of concrete. On several rocks in the western environment of the site there are rock drawings, whose age should be about 2000 (horsemen) to 4000 (wild animals) years.
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Tlemcen is a city in the north-west of Algeria. The city has well preserved monuments of Arabic, French, Turkish and Berber cultures. Interesting places include: Tlemcen Cathedral Mosque, Meshuar Palace, Sidi-Belhassen Mosque, Mansour Minaret, Rabb Aln Kawa Tomb and Lalla Setti Plateau.
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9.Djurdjura National Park
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Djurdjura National Park is a national park in Algeria, in the north of the country. The park has a large number of forests, grottoes and canyons, as well as a rare fauna. In the park is the deepest cave in Africa - Anu Ifflis.
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10.Ahaggar National Park
The Ahaggar National Park - mountains consisting of volcanic rocks in Algeria. The highest point is Mount Tahat 3005 m. The average height of the mountains is 900 m. Ahaggar has a hot summer climate and a cold winter climate (the temperature in winter falls below 0 C). Precipitation is rare and sporadic. However, the climate here is less extreme than in other parts of the Sahara. Numerous rock carvings are discovered on the territory of the park. Rock paintings and engravings, suggesting that prehistoric settlements appeared as early as 6000 BC.
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