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Bradt Travel Guide: Algeria

Travel Guide Out of Print
By: J Oakes
256 pages, Maps
Bradt Travel Guide: Algeria
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  • Bradt Travel Guide: Algeria ISBN: 9781841622323 Paperback Apr 2008 Out of Print #185429
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About this book

This is the first guide to focus on the renascent Algeria. After a decade of isolated but brutal civil unrest, peace is holding and tourism is emerging. From the northern coastal strip with bays reminiscent of southern Italy to the desert towns of the south, Algeria has a great deal to offer visitors. Algeria's World Heritage sites are free of thronging crowds. There is significant evidence of the country's Roman past; the ruins of Timgad are among the best-preserved in the world, while those at Tipasa overlook the Mediterranean Sea and are within easy reach of the capital, Algiers. The desert holds 8,000-year-old cave paintings and the wonderful Haggar Mountains.

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1) Introduction 2) Background Information 3) Practical Information 4) Algiers 5) Kabylie 6) West Algeria 7) East Algeria 8) Eastern Sahara 9) Western Algerian Sahara 10) The Great South 11) Appendix 1 Language 12) Appendix 2 Glossary 13) Appendix 3 Further Information 14) Index

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Jonathan Oakes is based in Algeria, working for a chain of language schools throughout the country. He has previously worked in Greece, Portugal, Georgia, Yemen, China and Ukraine.

Travel Guide Out of Print
By: J Oakes
256 pages, Maps
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