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    Algeria is the largest country in Africa.Algeria has 26 universities and 67 institutions of higher education, which must accommodate a million Algerians and 80,000 foreign students in 2008. The University of Algiers, founded in 1879, is the oldest, it offers education in various disciplines (law, medicine, science and letters).


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    Whilst Algeria remains mostly undeveloped as far as tourist attractions are concerned, there's still plenty to see and do. From the prehistoric rock art of Tassili n'Ajje to impressive palaces and botanical gardens in Algiers, there's sure to be something to cater for most tastes.

    For many tourists, simply soaking up the atmosphere of Algeria's ancient towns, attractions and desert region is enough to make them plan their next trip to this captivating country.

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    now in Algeria it is very dangerous...

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    Algeria nation is situated in Northern Africa, But the nation is just populated in the little beach front locale, since its southern part is secured by the Sahara, the biggest subtropical hot abandon.

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    Algeria, a gateway between Africa and Europe,Algeria is a North African country with a Mediterranean coastline and a Saharan desert interior. Many empires have left legacies here, such as the ancient Roman ruins in seaside Tipaza. In the capital, Algiers, Ottoman landmarks like circa-1612 Ketchaoua Mosque line the hillside Casbah quarter, with its narrow alleys and stairways. The city’s Neo-Byzantine basilica Notre Dame d’Afrique dates to French colonial rule.

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