Algeria Sahara Ahaggar Park Touareg Village / Algérie Sahara du Sud Ahaggar Village touareg
Village de Taberdga Camera a main : AYADI AHCENE
Algérie: un village revit grâce au figuier de Barbarie
Un Village d'Algérie (1957) - J-K Raymond Millet [Extrait]
Village de taberdga commune de chechar
Taberdga is an ancient town in the Aurès Mountains of northeast Algeria. Situated on the edge of a steep cliff, the town's well-preserved ruins include a mosque and other traditional stone architecture in the Berber tradition. The town was written about by M.W. Hilton-Simpson, a traveler, collector and ethnographer who travelled extensively in North and Central Africa in the early part of the twentieth century.
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