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The market in El-Oued
The market in El-Oued.
Photo by Didier Wuthrich.
Click on image to return to Bill Coote's article about Algeria.


Algeria

The market in El-Oued. Photo by Didier Wuthrich. Click on image to return to Bill Coote's article about Algeria.
The Ruins of Hippo Regus in Algeria. Photo by Didier Wuthrich. Click on image to return
Mosque Emir Abdelkader in Constantine, Algeria. Photo by Didier Wuthrich. Click on image
. Sadi Rashed bridge in Constantine, Algeria. Click on image to return to Tom Cootes article about Algeria.
Cows graze near an ancient ruin in Algeria. Photo by Didier Wuthrich. Click on image
A Cows graze near an ancient ruin in Algeria. Photo by Didier Wuthrich. From Camels
Algerian street scene. Photo by Didier Wuthrich. Click on image to return to Bill Coote's article about Algeria.
of Egypt and Algeria , religious fanaticism provokes riots. In many ways, then, North Africa truly
Traveler From Camels to Cows: An Overland Trip Through Algeria Africa
Through Algeria Africa Thumnails Page One Two A Back to previous page Back to GoNOMAD Home Page A
articles Algeria - Benin - Botswana - Burkina Faso - Cameroon - Cape Verde - Democratic Republic
of performers from all over North Africa - Morocco, Algeria, Libya, Turkey and of course, Tunisia. Between
bored and wandered off. We waited some more. Click to Read Tom's article abgout Algeria
are some better local African contacts for medical attention. Algeria Hospital Mustapha
These quaint harbors sweep from Tabarka, closest to Algeria, guarded by the dagger-like rocks of Les Aiguilles
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Location: Africa, Algeria

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