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By:I’isha Crawford and Tori hutto

Important people
Important People

  • Ahlam Mosteghanem-by the time she was born, her father had already been imprisoned after the 1945 riots. When the Algerian war broke out in 1954,her family home in Tunisia became a central meeting point for resistance fighters allied to Algerian People’s Party including her father and cousins.

Important places
Important Places

  • Batna-Located in the Batna Province in Algeria, the city was built in the year 1844. Due to its close proximity to the Atlas Mountains it is also a popular tourist site for foreigners.


El-Ourit Waterfall-is located seven kilometers from the city of Tlemcen, near the National Road of Algeria in Algeria in a mountainous area covered with pine trees.

Geographic factors and natural resources
Geographic factors and natural resources

  • It is located in North Africa on the Mediterranean Sea .

The culture and food
The Culture and food

  • The name Algeria is derived from the name of the country's oldest continuous settlement and modern capital, Algiers, a strategically located port city with access to both Europe and the Middle East. Most of the population of the country is in the north. While the majority of the population who are Arab (or mixed Arab and Berber) identify with the common Algerian culture, the Berber tribes, particularly in the more isolated southern mountainous and desert regions, retain more of the indigenous Berber culture and identity.