The Algerian frontier is often an obstacle in a traveller’s path, but one in which the landscape is sometimes both beautiful and mysterious.
If you’re one of the many people who travel to the border between the two countries, you might have noticed a familiar feature: an abundance of images.
As of now, there are over 5,000 different images from the Algerians on the border, which is an amazing amount for a country with only around 5,500,000 inhabitants.
That’s about half the number of countries in the world.
If we look at the top 20 most visited countries on the planet, Algeria’s number is only a shade over half.
And of those, some of the most impressive images are from Algeria.
We can’t help but think that the country has been underrepresented on the map, but that’s the beauty of the border.
The image of a man in a trenchcoat sitting atop a hill is one of Algeria’s most famous images, but you wouldn’t know it from the number that’s floating around.
We’ve rounded up some of our favourite Algerian photos, and put them on a map of places to visit on the Algeries border.
El-Kafr-Kassab The border between Algeria and Morocco has been largely unoccupied for the last several decades, but it’s still there.
Photo: Al-Jazeera English via Getty Images 2.
The Tomb of the Unknown Soldier The Tomb in the Tomb of El-Qahtani, which dates back to the 16th century, was a secret location during the Algerias civil war, and many believe it to be the location where the soldiers who fought against Napoleon III were killed.
The tomb is now under the care of the National Archives, and there are plans to open it up to the public in the future.
The Bistrita The Bicêtre is a UNESCO World Heritage site that was built by Algerians in the 1930s and is a reminder of the independence of Algeria from France, but is also a symbol of Algeria as a country.
It has been in a state of disrepair ever since the Algeria Civil War.
El Bihara El Bistritz, which means “the tree of life” in Arabic, is a beautiful, and quite unique, landscape.
The trees are surrounded by a large vineyard, which provides a perfect backdrop for the landscape, and its sheer size is almost surreal.
Photo via Wikimedia Commons 5.
The Al-Sabiqaish The Al Sabiqaisesh, also known as the “Tree of Life” is a very beautiful place, and the only way to get there is from the city of Toussaint.
The town is surrounded by the famous Algerian tree and has a reputation for being one of its most popular spots for picnics and picnicing.
La Falaise In the mountains near the Algerie border, there’s a small village known as La Foulah.
It’s an alpine village with a very interesting history.
It was founded in the 11th century by a village of Alsace who were also known for being a great fisherman and a famous food producer.
The area has a large number of caves, some even named after people, and a small cave named after the local saint.
The cave has been sealed for over 2,000 years, and is one the most beautiful spots on the continent.
Les Arras Les Arrares, a French name meaning “the way,” is a long stretch of land that extends into the Sahara desert and stretches to the Mediterranean Sea.
The land lies between Algeria, Niger, Mali, Mauritania, Burkina Faso, and Senegal.
It is one half of the Sahara Desert, and has been historically occupied by nomadic tribes and nomads who settled here for a number of generations.
La Nès Les Nèsses is a small, beautiful town in Algeria’s northern mountains.
There are many restaurants, museums, and cafes in Les Néses, and this is one city that has managed to live on the desert while attracting tourists from all over the world, including many from France.
Les Enfants Terreurs is a tiny town on the Algiers side of the Alsache, and it’s one of many small towns along the Algerier.
It hosts a variety of tourist sites, such as restaurants, cafes, and shops, and also has a museum that showcases the history of the region.
La Gombe A town in the Algeric region of Gombes, La Gommbe is a popular tourist destination and is also famous for its historical sites.
Some of the famous landmarks in this area include the Basilica of Saint Francis of Assisi, the Basilicas of the Holy Land, and several churches.
It also has its own airport and the famous