Colors of Algeria

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Abdelkhalek LABBIZE Discover Algiers, my hometown, with its breathtaking view of the bay heights or its waterfront, its districts (Casbah, Bab Al Wad, Z'Ghara, Bologhine, Cheraga, Bouzareah, Ben Aknoun, Al Biar, Hydra, Telemley, Tagarins, Mustapha Heights, Belouizdad, Al Mouradia, Al Madania, Annassers, Kouba, Ben Omar...), museums, mosques, churches, monuments, palaces (Dar Aziza, Dar Mustapha Bacha, Dar Khdaouedj El Amia, Dar Bencheneb, Dar Abdeltif), gardens of Beyrouth, Hamma and Liberty, its coast, its crafts, its suburbs...

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Browse the Algerian cities: Al Qala, Annaba, Skikda, Collo, Batna, the ancient Constantine, city of my ancestors, bewitching and majestic, Mila, Jijel, Bejaia, Blida, Medea, Cherchell, Miliana, Tenes, Tiaret, Mostaganem, Al Bayadh, Oran, Sidi Bel Abbes, Ain Temouchent, Hammam Bouhadjar, Tlemcen and Nedroma...

Walk along the Mediterranean sea: From Messida to Marsa Ben M'Hidi, past Al Qala, Cape Rosa, Al Qala Qdima, Chetaibi, Cape of Iron, Al Marsa, Guerbes-Sanhadja, Filfila, Skikda, Stora, Collo, the Jijel Corniche (Ziama Mansouriah, Les Aftis, Al Aouana, Ras Al Afia, Beni Belaid), Azzefoun, Tigzirt, Dellys, Cape Djinnet, Boumerdes, El Marsa, Tamentfoust, Bologhine, Hammamat, Miramar, Djamila, Sidi Fredj, Zeralda, Tipaza, Chenoua, Menacer, Cherchell, Sidi Ghiles, Gouraya, Sidi Brahim, Aghbal, Damus, Beni Hawa, the Dahra Corniche, the Oran corniche, Beni Saf, Rachgoun, Honaine...

Take a look at the Atlas browsing the legendary Aures (Arris, Tighanimine Al Qantara, Ghouffi, Djebel Chelia) Hammam Debbagh, Collo Massif immersed in unspoiled beaches and fairytale Tamanart and Oued Z'Hour, Beni Haroun, the Bibans (Al Gouliaa, Bordj Zemoura...), the imposing Kabylia, Djurdjura (Tikjda and Tala Guilef), the Ouadhias and the villages of Ath-Khiar, Ath-Ziki, Ait-Al-Kaid, Aghni Goughran, Ait Halli, Ait Yakoub, Assif Al Hammam, Taguemount Jedid, Taguemount Azzouz, Yakouren, the sumptuous canyon of Kherrata and Lakhdaria, Chrea, Tamesguida, Mouzaia, overlooking the Atlas Blideen Mitdja, the Tiaret area (Tagdempt, Sidi Hosni), Sidi Boumedienne, Ain Fezza, Al Ourit...

Walk along the Steppe and Ksours Mounts: Ain Madhi, Ksar Al Ghassoul, the rock carvings of Hadjerat Edderiass, Ksar Bent Al Khess, Brezina, Ksar Arbaouat, Ksar Boussemghoun, Al Abiodh Sidi Cheikh, Tiout...

Dive into the premises of the Sahara oasis with Boussaada, Ziban (Biskra, Sidi Oqba, Lichana, Bordj Ben Azzouz, Bouchagroun, Doucen, Oulad Djellal, Sidi Khaled), Souf (Guemar, Al-Wad, Dhaouia), Ouargla (city of my youth), the mysterious and austere Ghardaia, unforgettable Saura (Kenadsa, Taghit, Igli, Beni Abbes, Ouarourout, Marhouma, Al Ouata, Anefid, Tamtert, Kerzaz), the flamboyant Gourara and its ksours...

Refresh yourself at the edge of the lakes: Tonga, Oubeira, Al Mellah, Beni Belaid, Erraguene, Ighil Emda, Tilezdit, Koudiat Acerdoune, Taksebt, Heuraoua, Boukourdane, Douera, Deur Deur, Brezina, Sidi M'Hamed Ben Ali, Djorf Torba...

Read the History through the ancient and historic sites of Madaurus, Timgad, Imedghassen, Tidis, Djemila, Citadel of Beni Hammad, Tigzirt, Tipaza, Al Ghicha rock art, Sidi Hosni, Jedar, Taoughazout, Tlemcen, Honaine, Nedroma...

Journey through the sympathetic Tunisia (Bizerte to Qairouan through Hammam Bourguiba, Ain Draham, Tunis, Sidi Boussaid, Carthage, Hammamet, Haouaria) and Province of Quebec (Quebec, Montreal, Saguenay, Saint-Jean lake Metabetchouan, Charlevoix, Tadoussac, Malbaie, Sainte-Irénée, Les Eboulements, Baie-Saint-Paul, Canyon St. Anne, Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue, Visitation Island, Pointe-Aux-Prairies, Ile-Lebel Park, Mont-Tremblant, Montmorency Falls)...

A portrait gallery of my family and people I've met during my wanderings, compositions performed in a quiet, and photos of flora complete this panorama of my country.

A map of the places photographed guides you to access the region to visit.

May this trip give you a desire of peace...

Thank you

I warmly thank all the people who visited my website since January 3, 2004. Their encouragements make me want to continue.

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