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Google Map World Heritage sites for Algeria

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Main link goes to Google satellite image of area. In most places you can zoom in once, in some places all the way. Use "VR" link for virtual reality tours, "Img" for Google images. Please note, some coordinates have errors. If you find the true coordinates, comment on my blog.

[Img] "On the shores of the Mediterranean, Tipasa was an ancient Punic trading-post conquered by Rome and turned into a strategic base for the conquest of the kingdoms of..." [More]

Al Qal'a of Beni Hammad
[Img] "In a mountainous site of extraordinary beauty, the ruins of the first capital of the Hammadid emirs, founded in 1007 and demolished in 1152, provide an authentic picture of a..." [More]

[Img] "Timgad lies on the northern slopes of the Aures mountains and was created ex nihilo as a military colony by the Emperor Trajan in A.D. 100. With its square enclosure and..." [More]

M'Zab Valley
[Img] "A traditional human habitat, created in the 10th century by the Ibadites around their five ksour (fortified cities), has been preserved intact in the M'Zab valley...." [More]

Tassili n'Ajjer
[Img] "Located in a strange lunar landscape of great geological interest, this site has one of the most important groupings of prehistoric cave art in the world. More than 15,000..." [More]

Kasbah of Algiers
[Img] "The Kasbah is a unique kind of medina, or Islamic city. It stands in one of the finest coastal sites on the Mediterranean, overlooking the islands where a Carthaginian..." [More]

[Img] "Situated 900 m above sea-level, Djemila, or Cuicul, with its forum, temples, basilicas, triumphal arches and houses, is an interesting example of Roman town planning adapted..." [More]

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