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Algeria.com
The objective for Algeria.com is to create a best of breed site that provides information about "all things Algeria". The approach is not to compete with other sites about Algeria, but rather to provide a gathering place for all of this information that organizes and presents it to the viewer in a clear and logical manner. At the top of the page you will find the Culture rubric that contains numerous cultural categories.
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Summer Institute of Linguistics, Inc.
Ethnologue Language Archive was begun in 1971 by the Summer Institute of Linguistics, Inc., at the University of Oklahoma, and was continued at Cornell University. It is a catalogue of more than 6,700 languages spoken in 228 countries. For these reasons it matches perfectly with our information standards.
Languages of Algeria
ArabNet
ArabNet is owned by ArabNet Technology (ANT), part of the Saudi Research and Marketing Group, publisher of the leading newspapers and magazines in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia including Asharq Al-Awsat. It aims to provide the most comprehensive online resource on the Arab world, primarily dealing with countries in the Middle East and North Africa. This page provides access to information about the language and religion of Algeria.
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UNESCO - The Centre for World Heritage
World Heritage is the designation for places on earth that are of outstanding universal value to humanity and as such, have been inscribed on the World Heritage List to be protected for future generations to appreciate and enjoy. The Centre for World Heritage is part of UNESCO, the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization.
Algeria
Fabrice Gaillard
This site is maintained by Fabrice Gaillard who works at the Institut National de l'Audiovisuel (INA) in France. M. Gaillard is a specialist in, and amateur player of, Zouk, Soukouss, Makossa, Bikutsi, Mbalax and other forms of Afro-Carabbean music. Those wanting to know more about these styles of music should consult this site.
Music from Algeria