- Mansourah Fortress (Tlemcen)
- Almohad ramparts (Tlemcen)
- Al Qal'a of Beni Hammad
- Martyrs' Monument
- Kasbah of Algiers
- M'zab Valley
- Hoggar Mountains
- El Kautara Gorges
- Food Processing
- Natural Gas
Hunted Facts on algeria
- Algeria was a colony of France from the mid-19th century until it won independence in 1962 in one of the bloodiest independence struggles in history.
- Algeria’s economy was underdeveloped and based largely on agriculture at the time of independence, and the government soon began efforts to modernize it.
- Algeria is bounded on the east by Tunisia and Libya; on the south by Niger, Mali, and Mauritania; and on the west by Morocco.
- N Algeria is subject to earthquakes, which, as in 1954, 1980, and 2003, may be devastating, killing and injuring thousands.
- Roman civilization in Algeria had been eroded by incursions of Berbers, and the destruction wreaked by the Vandals (who passed through Algeria on their way to Tunisia) in 430431 marked the end of effective Roman control.
- A number of small Muslim states rose and fell in Algeria, but generally the eastern part of the country came under the influence of dynasties centered in Tunisia (notably the Aghlabid of Kairouan) and the western part was controlled by states centered in Morocco (notably the Almoravids and Almohads).
- Algeria gained its independence from France in 1962 and imposed a socialist economic model that retarded economic growth, wasted oil wealth, and exacerbated social, political, and economic problems when oil prices declined in the late 1980s.
- Algeria is the world's second largest exporter of natural gas and has the world's fifth largest natural gas reserve and 14th largest oil reserve.
- Algeria's monetary policy score is 1 point worse this year; however, its trade policy score is 1 point better, and its fiscal burden of government score is 0.3 point better.
- Algeria is bordered by Morocco to the west and Tunisia to the east.