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Algeria
   has this flag:   

DZ
   is the international car registration for   
Algeria
Algeria
   has the capital   
Algiers
2.9 million inhabitants (2003 estimate), and the largest and most important city of the country. January 1957, Algiers became the centre of activity in the Algerian war of Independence. In 1962 Algiers became the capital of free Algeria. Most of the French inhabitants left Algiers.
Algeria
   uses the   
Dinar
Algerian dinar (DZD)
Arabic
   is an official language of   
Algeria
President Abdelaziz Bouteflika
   is Head of State of   
Algeria
Amguid
   is found in   
Algeria
450 m diameter, Sahara desert
Ouarkziz
   is found in   
Algeria
3.5 km diameter, Sahara desert
Talemzane
   is found in   
Algeria
The Sahara desert, 1.75 km diameter
Algeria
   is situated in   
Africa
Algeria
   gained independence in   
1962
5 July. France
Air Mahgreb
   is based in   
Algeria
Tassili Airlines
   is based in   
Algeria
Algeria
   is the site of   
Al Qal'a of Beni Hammad
Algeria
   is the site of   
Djémila
Algeria
   is the site of   
Tassili N'Ajjer
Algeria
   is the site of   
Timgad
Algeria
   is the site of   
Kasbah of Algiers
Algeria
   is the location of   
Ahaggar National Park
The area has one of the largest and best preserved groupings of prehistoric cave art in the world, an immense gallery of neolithic art of international importance. More than 15,000 drawings and engravings record the climatic changes, the animal migrations and the evolution of human life on the edge of the Sahara from 8000 to circa 1500 years ago
Algeria
   is the location of   
Djurdjura National Park
Algeria
   is the location of   
El Kala National Park
Algeria
   is the location of   
Tassili N'Ajjer National Park
Algeria
   is the location of   
Theniet El Had National Park
Candlelight in Algeria (1944)
   starred   
James Mason, Carla Lehmann and Raymond Lovell
Director: George King. Also starred Enid Stamp-Taylor, Walter Rilla & Pamela Stirling
George King
   directed   
Candlelight in Algeria (1944)
Al-Jazā’ir
   is the native name for   
Algeria
Algiers Zoo
   is found in   
Algeria
Algiers
Mohamed Boudiaf
   International Airport is in   
Constantine, Algeria
President Mohamed Boudiaf was an Algerian Political leader and one of the founders of the Revolutionary National Liberation Front
Algeria
   has an area of   
2,381,741 Km²
1.6% Second-largest country in Africa
Air Algérie
   is based in   
Algeria
National flag carrier
African Fat Tail Scorpion
   is found in   
Algeria
Androctonus amoreuxi
Aurès Mountains
   are located in   
Algeria
Algeria/Tunisia
Tell Atlas
   are located in   
Algeria
Algeria/Tunisia
Anou Boussouil
   is located in   
Algeria
805 Meters in Depth
Anou Ifflis
   is located in   
Algeria
1170 Meters in Depth
Chott Melrhir
   is in   
Algeria
Large endorheic salt lake in northeastern Algeria
Niger
   River runs through   
Algeria
4,200 km. Nigeria / Mali / Niger / Algeria / Guinea / Cameroon / Burkina Faso / Côte d'Ivoire / Benin / Chad
Sahara
   desert is in   
Algeria
9 100 000 km²
Cap De Garde Lighthouse
   is located in   
Algeria
1884 - Annaba
El Kala Lighthouse
   is located in   
Algeria
1862 - Pointe Presqu'île
Jetée Sud Lighthouse
   is located in   
Algeria
1880 - Bône
Ras El Kalia Lighthouse
   is located in   
Algeria
1869 - Tipasa
Air Force of Algeria
   is   

Algeria
   has this coat of arms   

El Watan
   is published in   
Algeria
Algiers, Algeria
Le Jeune Independent
   is published in   
Algeria
Algiers
Algeria
   is   

Couscous
   comes from   
Algeria
Algeria
   has the national animal   
Fennec Fox






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