Your throat is parched; your whole body is covered in sunburns (including your eyes) but you keep stumbling along. Suddenly you see some nomads approaching you and they help you back to their camp. You have just met some Bedouins who are Algerian desert nomads. They have just saved your life!
But not all of Algeria is the Sahara desert. You also can visit awesome places like Mt. Tahat, Algiers (the capital of Algeria), and the 150 hot springs. Something else you can learn about is the Islamic religion because 99% of the people are Muslim. Some delicious kinds of food from Algeria are stews like Shakshuka and Tajine.
So, as you can see, Algeria is a interesting and wonderful place to live or visit.
Did you know Algeria was formed in 777 A.D.?
In 1954 the beginning of the war for independence from France started. Algeria gained independence from France in 1962. Algeria's independence day is July 5.
The Algerian army overthrew the government in 1992. In 2002 a new national language called Tamazight was introduced.
To get to Algeria from Leverett by plane would take 12 hours, 40 minutes. The traveling direction would be east/southeast.
There are 48 provinces in Algeria called Illizi, Tamanghasset, Adrar, Tindouf, Bechar, Naama, El Bayadh, GhardaÏa, Ouargla, El Oued, Tebessa, Souk Ahras, El Tarf, Annaba, Guelma, Oum El Bouaghi, Khenchela, Biskra, Batna, Constantine, Skikda, Jijel, Mila, Setif, Bejaia, Bordj Bou Arreridj, M’Sila, Djelfa, Laghouat, Tizi Ouzou, Bouira, Bourmerdes, Alger (where Algiers is), Bilda Medea, Tipaza, Ain Defla, Tissemsilt, Tiaret, Chlef, Relizane, Mostaganem, Mascara, Saida, Oran, Sidi Bel Abbés, Ain Temouchent, Tlemcen.
So you should visit Algeria because can you learn about its amazing culture, explore its awesome places and eat its amazing food!
All photos are from Photos for Class.