Theniet El Had
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Théniet El Had is a Town, District and Commune in Algeria. It is located near the Théniet El Had National Park.
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Tissemsilt is the 38th province of Algeria with the capital being Tissemsilt. Théniet El Haâd National Park is located there.
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The Théniet El Had National Park is one of the 10 national parks of Algeria. It is located in Tissemsilt Province, named after Théniet El Haâd, a town near this park.
Théniet El Had is a district in Tissemsilt Province, Algeria. It was named after its capital, Théniet El Had. Théniet El Had National Park is there.
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Thénia (الثنية), sometimes written as Thenia, with around 40,000 inhabitants, is the chief town in the daïra of the same name, in the wilaya of Boumerdès, in northern Algeria. Historically, the name is a contraction of Theniet Beni Aicha "the mountain pass of the sons of Aisha", the Arabic translation of the Kabyle Berber toponym Tizi n At Ɛica. The steep-sided pass, which is only about 800 metres wide at its narrowest point, is sometimes taken to mark the transition between Mitidja and Grande Kabylie.
Theniet El Had may refer to:
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Bakhti Belaïb was an Algerian politician. He was born in Théniet El Had and educated at the Lycée Ferroukhi in Miliana. He served as the Algerian Ministry of Trade in 1982, and served as its Minister twice. He died of cancer in Paris, France.
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