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Famous Algerian Food and Recipes

Algerian food is a mixture of Berber, Arab, Turkish, French and Jewish dishes. The locals prefer eating more spicy food rich in vegetables, meat and seasonings. Desserts are made of fresh fruits and dates. A...
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Albert Camus

Algerian History Lesson: Who was Albert Camus?

Albert Camus was the first Algerian-born French author to be awarded the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1957. He is a well-known writer, philosopher, and journalist. Albert Camus’s work has been initially associated with the...
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Top 3 Luxury Hotels in Casablanca, Morocco

Casablanca is the largest city in the kingdom of Morocco. Over ten percent of the population of the country lives in this city which contains most of the country’s industrial, financial, and economic activities. In...
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Punic Town of Kerkuane and its Necropolis (UNESCO World Heritage Site)

Top Sites to Visit in Cap Bon, Tunisia

Cap Bon is the most fertile part of Tunisia. On average it receives around 1000mm of precipitation annually. The area is also known for its abundant citrus and tomato cultivation that is mainly exported to...
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What is a Traditional Moroccan Hammam?

What is a Traditional Moroccan Hamman? The traditional Moroccan hammam is similar to a steam bath or sauna and it is representative of the Byzantine and Roman baths. For the Islamic world, the hammam is...
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Rai music in Oran

Oran: The Birthplace of Rai Music

Rai is one of the main musical genres in Algeria that can be heard from different parts of the country. This type of music is played by the young people in Oran and Algiers. What...
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Tunisian Couscous

Recipe for Tunisian Couscous

Couscous is one of the most common meals in the Maghreb. It is often eaten in Morocco on Fridays and in Tunisia on Sundays. The specific about it is that it is prepared in a...
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What to See in the Beautiful Moroccan Coastal Towns of Larache and Asilah

Some of the hidden gems of Morocco are the coastal towns of Larache and Asilah. Both are located in the northwest part of the country overlooking the ocean. Travelling the coastline one cannot escape the...
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Explore Timimoun in Western Algeria

Timimoun is a small city hidden in an oasis surrounded by the dunes of the Sahara desert. It is a favorite holiday destination for the local Algerian population especially for the celebration of the New...
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Berber Village of Chenini

Explore Chenini in Tunisia: Historic Berber Hillside Town

A Brief History of Chenini in Tunisia Chenini in Tunisia is a ruined Berber village located 16 kilometers west of Tataouine. The Ksar is immediately catching the eye, the mosque and its minarets rising as...
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Female Travelers in Morocco

If you are considering traveling by yourself in Morocco, or with a group of girlfriends, there are several tips that need to be taken into consideration which will make your travels through this beautiful country...
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Alcohol in Tunisia: Beer and Wine

Tunisia is a Muslim country and although the use of alcohol in Tunisia is restricted to a certain degree, it is not completely forbidden. Wine and beer as well as other types of alcohol are...
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