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Algiers
Capital of:    Algeria
Languages:  
Arabic, Berber, French, Kabyle, Riff, Tamashek
 

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DMOZ Directory Go To Place

The DMOZ Open Directory Project has comprehensive links to websites for cities and places of the world.  Clicking "DMOZ Directory" will take you to their directory for this place.  They did not have a "Travel and Tourism" section for this place the last time we checked.
 

About-Travel-Africa

 

About.com is one of the top website on the Internet.  Their country and city information and associated links are excellent.  However, they did not have any separate links to comprehensive information on this city the last time we checked.  


Expedia.com

 

This travel agency site contains travel information and on-line travel services including reservations and ticketing.  It did not have information on this city the last time we checked.  Clicking on Expedia.com will take you to their home page.

  
Travelocity

 

This travel site contains travel information and on-line travel services including reservations and ticketing.  This site did not have information on this place the last time we checked. Clinking on Travelocity will take you to their home page.

 
Come Back Alive

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The Come Back Alive website has information about visiting dangerous places.  Clicking on "Go To Place" will take you to their page for the country in which this city is located.   Click on the Security tab for the latest personal safety information.

 
Lonely Planet

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We love the Lonely Planet web site and think you will too. They offer practical, informative, down-to-earth, travel advice just like their wonderful travel guides and phrasebooks. They also have links to other sites that have information about a place. Clicking  "Go To Place" will take you to the Lonely Planet information for this city.

 

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