Map of Algeria highlighting Tiaret
|• Total||20,673 km2 (7,982 sq mi)|
|• Density||41/km2 (110/sq mi)|
|Time zone||UTC+01 (CET)|
|Area Code||+213 (0) 46|
|ISO 3166 code||DZ-14|
Tiaret (Arabic : ولاية تيارت) is a province ( wilaya ) of Algeria. The capital is Tiaret.
The province is divided into 14 districts ( daïras ), which are further divided into 42 communes or municipalities.
Mostaganem is a province (wilaya) of Algeria. The capital is Mostaganem. Other localities include Ain Nouissi, Ain Tadles, Tazgait and Stidia.
Sidi Bel Abbès (Arabic: ولاية سيدي بلعباس is one of the provinces of Algeria. Its name is derived from the name of its capital, the city of Sidi Bel Abbès. It is situated in the northwestern part of the country.
Sétif Province is a province (wilaya) in north-eastern Algeria. Its capital and largest city is Sétif; the next largest city is El Eulma. There is also the World Heritage Site of Djémila there.
Laghouat is a province (wilaya) in central Algeria. forty-eight bearing the number (03) within the administrative division of the country, bordered to the north Tiaret Province, to the west El Bayadh Province, to the south Ghardaia Province and from the east by Djelfa Province. The capital is Laghouat City. Mediated by this region Saharan Atlas and thus the region of steppe. It is famous for its palm trees and its generosity as it is known for raising livestock due to its pastoral and steppe character.
Mascara is a province (wilaya) in Algeria. It was named after its capital, whose name is Arabic for "military garrison", and which is unrelated to "mascara", the cosmetic. Another important locality is the town of Sig.
Bordj Bou Arréridj is a province (wilaya) in northern Algeria around 200 km from the capital Algiers. It is considered as a crossroads between the east and west, the north and south.
El Oued is a Saharan province of Algeria dominated by Oued Souf. It was named after its eponymous capital. Notable towns include El Oued itself and El M'Ghair, Djamaa and Guemar.
Mila is a province (wilaya) of Algeria, whose capital is Mila. Other localities include Teleghma, Grarem Gouga, Hamala and Rouached.
Médéa is a province (wilaya) of Algeria. The capital is Médéa.
Oum El Bouaghi or Oum el-Bouaghi is a province (wilaya) of Algeria in the Aures region. The capital is Oum el-Bouaghi, which was named Can Robert, Sidi R'Ghis a few years later, and Oum El Bouaghi before independence.
Relizane is a province (wilaya) of Algeria. Relizane is the capital. Other localities include Bendaoud, Bouzegza, Hamri, Kalaa, Mazouna and Zemmoura. The Wilaya of Relizane massacres of 4 January 1998 happened in Relizane.
Mauretania Caesariensis was a Roman province located in what is now Algeria in the Maghreb. The full name refers to its capital Caesarea Mauretaniae.
Skikda is a province (wilaya) of Algeria, on its eastern Mediterranean coastline.
Tlemcen is a province (wilaya) in northwestern Algeria. The Tlemcen National Park is located there.
Algiers Province is a province (wilayah) in Algeria, named after its capital, Algiers, which is also the national capital. It is adopted from the old French département of Algiers and has a population of about 3 million. It is the most densely populated province of Algeria, and also the smallest by area.
El Bayadh is a province (wilaya) in Algeria, named after its capital El Bayadh. It is surrounded by mountains from the South, North, and Northeast of the state.
The delegations of Tunisia (mutamadiyah) are the second level administrative divisions of Tunisia between the governorates and the sectors (imadats). As of 2006 there were 24 governorates which were divided into 264 delegations (mutamadiyat) and further divided into 2073 sectors. The delegations are listed below, organized by governorate.
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