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Pictures of Algiers

Nicknamed El-Bahdja or alternatively Alger la Blanche ("Algiers the White") for the glistening white of its buildings as seen rising up from the sea, Algiers is situated on the west side of a bay of the Mediterranean Sea. The city name is derived from the Arabic word which translates as the islands, referring to the four islands which lay off the city's coast until becoming part of the mainland in 1525.
 
Waiter
Dinner in Algiers
Bath
  Waiter  
  Dinner in Algiers  
  Bath  
Neighborhood in Algiers
Notre Dame d'Afrique
Our Lady of Africa basilican on the hill
  Neighborhood in Algiers  
  Notre Dame d'Afrique  
  Our Lady of Africa basilican on the hill  
Basilica
Restaurant
Fruit shop
  Basilica  
  Restaurant  
  Fruit shop  
Algerian music
Algerian musicians
Kanun
  Algerian music  
  Algerian musicians  
  Kanun  
Stairway
Modern housing
Contemporary living in Algiers
  Stairway  
  Modern housing  
  Contemporary living in Algiers  
Modern high rise in Algiers
Lamp
Tunnel
  Modern high rise in Algiers  
  Lamp  
  Tunnel  
Traffic in Algiers
Hotel in Algiers
Monument des Martyrs (Maquam E' chahid)
  Traffic in Algiers  
  Hotel in Algiers  
  Monument des Martyrs (Maquam E' chahid)  



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