Timgad


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an ancient town founded by the Romans

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unesco has inscribed 7 Algerian sites in the World heritage list" : al Qal'a of Beni hammad (1980) djemila (1982) m'Zab valley (1982) tassilli n'ajjer (1982) timgad (1982) tipasa (1982) and the Kasbah of algiers (1992).
II (Christern, 1986: 163); Timgad, en la primera mitad del s.
The interests currently being held in trust for Canoel and Timgad will be allocated to those companies after they fulfil their participation commitment to drill a well into the Frida structure to test the Triassic Tagi formation and their interest below the Triassic Tagi formation will be proportionally adjusted if the U.
In addition, Algeria has Roman ruins, such as at Timgad, with an impressive number of villas, and temples and arches, such as at Djemila.
This sums up life itself: "hunting, bathing, playing, laughing: this is living (VENARI LAVARE LUDERE RIDERE OCCEST VIVERE), says the text forming an area-board on the pavement of the Forum at Timgad.
Our destination can be read, for instance, in the abandoned cities of North Africa - in places like El Jem, on the plain of Tunisia, and Timgad, in northeastern Algeria.
beaucoup moins que] Bonsoir Alger, je vais assurer malgre que je suis fatigue surtout que j'ai donne des concerts consecutifs a Timgad et Oran [beaucoup plus grand que], c'etait en somme les quelques mots que le [beaucoup moins que] King [beaucoup plus grand que] a prononce a l'adresse de l'assistance.
ancient cities such as timgad tipaza djemila anaba and many others emerged as among the most beautiful archaeological relics both by the beauty of the ruins and their historical and scientific value.
The leisure park will also host replica historical landmarks, such as Abu Simbel Temple and Pyramids in Egypt, Algeria's ancient Roman ruins at Timgad, The Great Wall of China, Leptis Magna in Libya, the Kingdom of Kerma in Sudan, Aztec Temples in Mexico, The Coliseum in Rome, The Acropolis of Athens, Stonehenge in the south of England and Petra in Jordan.
Lebanese diva Najwa Karam has been busy performing at the Timgad Music Festival in Algeria , where she reunited with " Arabs Got Talent" former contestant Dalia Sheeh.
Ancient cities such as Timgad, Tipaza, Djemila, Hippone and many others feature among the country's most beautiful archaeological sites, striking for their beauty of the ruins and for their historical and scientifi c value.
In the second part, the author notes that in Byzantine times Lambaesis was protected by only a small fort to the south-east of the town, contrasted with the major defences of Timgad not far away.
La classification est [beaucoup moins que] un pas [beaucoup plus grand que] vers la valorisation du tourisme dans la region, a indique, a l'APS, le president de l'APC (Assemblee populaire communale) de Foum Toub, Ali Deragla, qui a fait etat dans cette meme optique d'une proposition d'ouverture d'une route de 2 km entre les deux villages de Timerdjine et Thaguelmouneth en passant par Ichoukane qui reduira a 12 km et a 10 km les distances separant Foum Toub de respectivement Oued Taga et Timgad, actuellement de 40 km et 30 km.
Ancient cities such as Timgad, Tipaza, Djemila, Hippone and many others emerged as among the most beautiful archaeological relics, both by the beauty of the ruins and their historical and scientific value.
An invitation was sent to Myriam Fares from the Algerian Ministry of Culture to hold performances at the annual Timgad International Festival.