Maps of Algeria. Detailed road, administrative, physical and topographical maps of Algeria. All cities of Algeria on the maps.
Maps of Algeria:
- Algeria detailed political and road map. Detailed political and road map of Algeria.
- Algeria location map. Map of Algeria location.
- Detailed administrative map of Algeria. Algeria detailed administrative map.
- Detailed relief map of Algeria. Algeria detailed relief map.
- Detailed road and administrative map of Algeria with cities. Algeria road and administrative map with cities.
- Large detailed road and administrative map of Algeria. Algeria large detailed road and administrative map.
- Large physical and road map of Algeria. Algeria large physical and road map.
- Large political map of Algeria. Algeria large political map.
- Large political map of Northern Africa. Northern Africa large political map.
- Large political and relief map of Algeria. Algeria large political and relief map.
- Large road map of Algeria with cities. Algeria large road map with cities.
- Map of Algeria. Algeria map.
Algeria – short description:
Algeria is connected by rail, road and air, it is therefore easy to catch flights from the capital, Algiers to other cities such as Ghardia, Djanet and Tamanrasset, as well as to smaller towns. Within easy reach of Algiers are some lovely beach resorts namely Zeralda, while to the east lies the Turquoise Coast with long beaches and rocky inlets. There is also an excellent marina on the Sidi Fredj penisula with plenty of sports facilities and amenities.
Tamanrasset is a popular picturesque resort both in winter and in summer, situated in the heart of the the Hoggar Mountains. From here most of the trekking tours start off into the surrounding mountains and desert, it is visited regularly by the camel caravans and blue-robed Touaregs. The holy town of Beni-Isguen, not far from Ghardaia, is its permanent auction market, while the Tassili N’Ajjer or better known as the ‘Plateau of Chasms’ is another popular site, an expanse of volcanic and massive gorges with rivers running through, featuring neolithic-aged rock paintings.
Summers in Algeria can be very hot, especially in the south with frequent sandstorms. In the north there is a lot of humidity due to the sea breezes. Winters are mild in the North and the oasis in the South offer perfect weather conditions, although the temperature of the desert varies considerably by day and night.
The People from Algeria are called Algerians.