List of Archaeological Sites By Country - Algeria

Algeria

  • Aïn Turk, Bouïra
  • Altava
  • Beni Hammad Fort
  • Bir el-Ater
  • Cirta
  • Diana Veteranorum
  • Djémila
  • Fossatum Africae
  • Gemellae
  • Oricum
  • Hammam Essalihine
  • Hippo Regius
  • Jedars
  • Lambaesis
  • Mila, Algeria
  • Miliana
  • Partenia
  • Qalʿat ibn Salama
  • Roknia
  • Royal Mausoleum of Mauretania
  • Tassili n'Ajjer
  • Tébessa
  • Timgad
  • Tipaza
  • Uzinaza

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