Is Algeria powerful?
Algeria has an army, navy, and air force. The Algerian military is recognized to be among one of the most professional and battle-hardened, well-trained militaries in both Africa and the Middle East.
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Answer Algeria is located in the far north of Africa. TheMediterrannean Sea forms its northern border with Morocco to thewest and Tunisia and Libya to the east. Mauritania, Mali, and Nigerare to the south. Much of Algeria is covered by the Sahara Desert. See Web Links for a world location map of Al…geria. more: aboutalgeria.com/2014/06/where-is-algeria.html (MORE)
The capital of Algeria is Algiers , also thelargest city in Algeria. Algiers is the capital and largestcity of Algeria.
In the winter it is cold and in the summer it is boiling. In the summer is is usually 42 degrees.
Algeria has a very diverse landscape, which makes it unique. Thereare mountain ranges with deserts in between and fertile valleyssurrounded by barren plains. Its human characteristics make is asmall, yet somewhat powerful country.
i just read that the size of Algeria is about 3.5 times the size of Texas. specifically it is 2.3 million square kilometers.
West - Morrocco East - Tunisia and Libya South - Mauritania, Mali, and Niger North - The Mediterranean Sea
The flag for Algeria is a split color green and white flag. Theflag has a half moon with a star inside of it.
Algeria is a country in Africa. Islamic traditional life ispredominant in Algerian society. The men go out to work and do mostof the shopping, while the women stay at home and take care of thehouse and children.
Algeria became a colony of France after a conquest that started in1830 with the capture of Algiers by the French forces. It wasoriginally intended to boost public opinion of favor of the Bourbonking Charles X and his prime minister Jules, Prince de Polignac.Even as inner political turmoil continued …within France, thegovernment focused on spreading their control over the areassurrounding Algiers. (MORE)
Cheb Mami is a famous Algerian singer, probably best knownin the Western world for his collaboration with Sting in the song"Desert Rose." Abdelkader Alloula , born in 1929 in Ghazaouet, was a famousAlgerian playwright. He went to France to study drama and laterjoined the Algerian National Theater… when it was established in1963. Albert Camus, the famous philosopher was born in Algeria. (MORE)
The main religion practiced in Algeria is Islam. About 98 percentof the population is Islam. There are also about 10,000 Christiansthat reside in Algeria.
There are many different ranges in Algeria the biggest being the Atlas Mountains, there are then the Saharan Atlas and The Tell Atlas. See related link
well Algeria goes into the sand dunes of the Sahara desert. in between there's mountain ranges, valleys, plateus
Algeria a Beautiful country situated in the north of Africa It bordered by tunis and morocco and the mideteranean see and make Algeria have an amazing sees it's famous for its vast Sahara in the south , its cities in th north and its mountains in th middle You can find a lot of interesting place…s and it differs from a town to an other Its football players are very good (MORE)
The dominant religion in Algeria is Sunni Islam of the MalikiSchool, making up around 99%. There are about 50,000 Christians,about 1,000 Jews, and about 1,000 Chinese Folk Religionpractictioners. There is also an underground Atheist/Agnosticmovement with its strength coming from the Kabylie Amazigh …(Berber)region. (MORE)
Algeria was part of France. It was not even designated as a colony,but as seven overseas departments. (This would be similar to howthe US views Hawaii.)
There are many things :) for example the Weather, People, Attractions, beaches, markets and CafÃ©'s, Standard of Education and Environment. and the fact that its a country full of joy Yes, Algeria is a good country in terms of hospitality of itspeople and its economy.
There are not many landforms in Algeria, but they are wonderful.The landforms are the Sahara Desert, and the Mediterranean Basin.
Northern Algeria lies within the temperate zone, and its climate is similar to that of other Mediterranean countries, although the diversity of the relief provides sharp contrasts in temperature. The coastal region has a pleasant climate, with winter temperatures averaging from 10Â° to 12Â° C (5…0Â° to 54Â° F ) and average summer temperatures ranging from 24Â° to 26Â° C (75Â° to 79Â° F ). Rainfall in this region is abundant-38 to 69 cm (15 to 27 in) per year, and up to 100 cm (40 in) in the eastern part-except in the area around Oran (Ouahran), where mountains form a barrier against rain-carrying winds. When heavy rains fall (often more than 3.8 cm/1.5 in within 24 hours), they flood large areas and then evaporate so quickly that they are of little help in cultivation.. Farther inland, the climate changes; winters average 4Â° to 6Â° C (39Â° to 43Â° F ), with considerable frost and occasional snow on the massifs; summers average 26Â° to 28Â° C (79Â° to 82Â° F ). In this region, prevailing winds are westerly and northerly in winter and easterly and northeasterly in summer, resulting in a general increase in precipitation from September to December and a decrease from January to August; there is little or no rainfall in the summer months.. In the Sahara Desert, temperatures range from -10Â° to 34Â° C (14Â° to 93Â° F ), with extreme highs of 49Â° C (120Â° F ). There are daily variations of more than 44Â° C (80Â° F ). Winds are frequent and violent. Rainfall is irregular and unevenly distributed. (MORE)
The latitude and longitude of Algeria is 28Âº 00' N and 3Âº 00' E respectively. It is located in northern Africa and lies between Morocco and Tunisia. Source: http://www.mapsofworld.com
the weather is not very hot in spring but around May the heat increases to reach about 32 celsius . In summer , it is really hot.
Abd al-Aziz botafliqa Ø¹Ø¨Ø¯ Ø§ÙØ¹Ø²ÙØ² Ø¨ÙØªÙÙÙÙØ© Abdelaziz Bouteflika is the President of Algeria, having taken the position in 1999 April 27. Abdelazziz bouteflika
Yes, Algeria used to have Houari Boumediene, who was Algeria's dictator from 1965 to 1976. He is a rival of Algeria's charismatic independence leader, Ahmed Ben Bella and when Boumediene took power in a coup, he jailed Ben Bella. Today, Algeria is a semi-democratic country, with its president, Abdel…aziz Bouteflika. (MORE)
The name in English, Algeria, traces back to the city of Algiers, the current capital of Algeria, which is called al-Jaza'er (Ø§ÙØ¬Ø²Ø§Ø¦Ø±) in Arabic. The name of the city, which means "the islands" in Arabic, refers to how it was originally founded on four islands (that have current…ly become part of mainland Africa because of changes in development). Note that the city of Algiers and the country of Algeria are both al-Jaza'er (Ø§ÙØ¬Ø²Ø§Ø¦Ø±) in Arabic (MORE)
Algeria is located in Northern Africa. It is on the edge of the Mediterranean Sea between Morocco and Tunisia.
Yes, Algeria is a republic, but i don't know the main parties if you need them like i do to do my stupid geography assignment ): ): ): ): ): ): ): ): ): ): ): ): ): ):
No, simply because the prosperity that this country knows actually is not guaranteed , algeria is a country that gets affected by any world's economy changes because the it isn't capable of fielding a strong economy without relying on oil incomes. also most of leadership actors today are not chosen …among the best capable but among the most submitted to the boss. This is the biggest weakness of this country. Even the military institution suffers from this cancer and it is , according to some officers witnessing through the network, even more pronounced. The most elligible officers, if they are not stepping on their pride and say at all times, they will simply be discarted and retired leaving the place to those corrupted ones , known to be weak souled and ready to sell their pride for a piece of frozen meat from or a promotion. This is the biggest problem of algerian institutions today. If that doesn't change, it will obviously lead to the actual commanders throwing the towel in any conflict being unable to handle complex situations they haven't been prepared to and being not the most capable ones, (MORE)
I will tell you this, I would not like to live in Algeria. Especially, if you get married to an algerian in Algeria it will be a horrible life. ALl you do is sit around the house cook clean and take care of the children. Your husband will most likely be opposed to you waring makeup outside of the ho…use and walking around the streets in a dress and nothing to cover up. It's a very sad life and I would never live it. My grandma id algerian and she did that and now our family isn't as tight as it used to be. (MORE)
Algeria does have some forested land but it does not have enoughrain to have a rainforest.
Take it to the post office and they will tell you the internationalpostage to mail it.
Algerian Fir, Algerian Peony, Brome Fescue, Esparto Grass, Berberishispanica, and Saharan Cypress grow in Algeria.
Algeria is a mix of French, Ottoman Turkish, Arab, and Berbercooking. Lamb is a favorite meat but beef, chicken, camel, and fishare also eaten. They use rice, couscous, and various breads fromFrench bread to flat bread. Dates and hard cheese are common.
Modern Algerian literature split between Arabic, Tamazight andFrench has been strongly influenced by the country's recenthistory.
Using a finger to hold the eye fully open means "beware" inAlgeria. Don't wag your finger or point. That is consideredimpolite.
Algeria is more powerfull than Morocco, because they spent the last years more than 6000.000.000 dollar in planes and weapons. They have also more experience in war.
really the Italy country had control Nigeria , and also the the team of France would be the one who really did control the Italy country of the day :)
There is no such thing as "the pope of Algeria." The pope is the leader of the Roman Catholic Church. The currentpope is Pope Francis. The president of Algeria is AbdelazizBouteflika.
The country's name derives from the city of Algiers. There is nohistorical record that explain who named Algeria.
Hello! My name is Emma and I'm an English teacher at a privateuniversity in Lima, Peru. I'm currently teaching a course on GlobalUnderstanding, based on videoconferences and chat, and these arethe stereotypes my students had before the videoconference withAlgerian students: "All Algerians are muslim…s and all muslim men are dominant andstrict while all muslim women are submissive. Also all of them areextremely religious and women have to wear veils mandatorily." (MORE)
The Tell, located on the coast, comprises fertile plains 50-100 miles wide, with a moderate climate and adequate rain. Two major chains of Atlas Mountains, running roughly east to west, and reaching 7,000 feet, enclose a dry plateau region. Below lies the Sahara, mostly desert with major mineral res…ources. (MORE)
Yes it did, it rained in 2005 and people are still talking about it to this day, belive it or not.
Briefly yes, mostly the areas near the northern, Mediterranean coast. These nations were all colonies of European nations. Morocco was divided between France and Spain, and Algeria and Tunisia were French colonies. After the Germans conquered France they installed a puppet government in France, call…ed the "Vichy Regime". This was the national government of France, and was an ally of Germany. Italy tried to conquer Libya, and made such a mess of it that Hitler had to step in and help them out. The Germans sent the Afrika Korps to help the Italians fight the British troops, which were based in the British colonies of Egypt and Palestine. US troops landed in November 1942 in Morocco and Algeria, and for three or four days the Vichy French military forces tried to fight them, before giving up and changing sides. The British were pushing the Afrika Korps westward from Egypt, and US forces closed in from behind, and the end of the struggle came in Tunisia, with the Germans and Italians completely defeated. (MORE)
yes... algeria has many superstitions, just like anyother society.for instance, a black cat is unlucky. breaking a mirror is unlucky.spilting water after the departure of someone assures hisreturn...etc
they wear normal cloths in all the days but in some special days like parties or marriage or after Ramadan (Aid El fotar-Aid El Adha) they wear traditional dress like : The Karakou is a typical traditional dress and incorporates a velvet jacket embroidered in gold and silver worn with the traditi…onal saroual (Arab pants) and comes from Algiers, the capital of Algeria The Blousa from Tlemcen, West Algeria is a full-length, straight-cut dress made entirely from lace and sequined chest. The Djeba Fergani is the traditional dress from Constantine in the eastern side of the country. This dress is always made with velvet and embroidered by gold and silver thread. The sleeves can be made of lace. In the central region of Tizi-ouzou, the dress is mainly made from cotton and is completely embroidered at the neck and bodice as well as at the wrists. However, it is at wedding and other special occasions that these traditional dresses do justice to the affair. Distinctive jewelry is also worn. The fact that these forms of traditional dresses are still used is a tribute to its comfort and suitability for the climate. It also points to the pride that Algerians take in the tradition of their ancestors and their identity in the modern world. . (MORE)
Algeria term in Arabic Djzayer the plural of Djazira , in English Algeria = Islands
The north is Chaparral/ schrubland, in the south its a desert biome, and between the Chaparral and the desert there is dry grassland
there is a lots of activities in algeria to do specially in summer like swimming in sea playing & learning soccer ... hangout in arabian clubs get some fun in "sahara" or playing with snow in winter season .....
It depends on where and when. There are seasonal winds the blowalong the coast and between the Sahara Desert and the coast.However, Algeria does not have windstorms in the coastal areas.
After the war of independence, Algeria gained its independenceafter 130 years of French colonialism and became officially anindependent country in July 05, 1962.
Algeria is on the African continent. To its west (left) you will find Morocco, to its east (right) you will find Tunisia. Algeria borders the Mediterranean sea.