|• Total||2,166 km2 (836 sq mi)|
|• Density||290/km2 (740/sq mi)|
|Time zone||UTC+01 (CET)|
|Area Code||+213 (0) 24|
|ISO 3166 code||DZ-42|
Tipaza or Tipasa (Arabic : ولاية تيبازة, Tibaza, older Tefessedt) is a province ( wilaya ) on the coast of Algeria, Its capital is Tipaza, 50 km west of the capital of Algeria.
The province was created from Blida Province in 1984.
The province is divided into 10 districts ( daïras ), which are further divided into 28 communes or municipalities.
Annaba is a province (wilaya) in the north-eastern corner of Algeria. Its capital, Annaba, is Algeria's main port for mineral exports.
Algeria, since December 18, 2019, is divided into 58 wilayas (provinces). Prior to December 18, 2019, there were 48 provinces. The 58 provinces are divided into 1,541 baladiyahs (municipalities). The name of a province is always that of its capital city.
Sidi Bel Abbès is one of the provinces (wilayas) 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.
The Béjaïa Province is a province of Algeria in the Kabylie region. The province's capital city is Béjaïa, the terminus of the Béni Mansour-Bejaïa line.
Aïn Témouchent is a province (wilaya) in northwestern Algeria, named after its capital: Aïn Témouchent.
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.
Guelma Province is a province (wilaya) in eastern Algeria. Its namesake is its seat and most populous municipality: Guelma.
Médéa is a province (wilaya) of Algeria. The capital is Médéa.
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.
Saïda is a province (wilaya) of Algeria, named after its capital.
Tissemsilt is the 38th province of Algeria with the capital being Tissemsilt. Théniet El Haâd National Park is located there.
Mauretania Caesariensis was a Roman province located in what is now Algeria in the Maghreb. The full name refers to its capital Caesarea Mauretaniae.
The Chenouis or Chenoua are a Berber-speaking population native to Algeria. They are concentrated in the west-central mountains, and number over 750,000 people.
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 department 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.
Berber languages: ⵎⵙⵉⵍⴰ Msila) is a province (wilaya) of northern Algeria. It has a population of 1 million people and an area of 18,718 km², while its capital, also called M'sila, home to M'Sila University, has a population of about 100,000.
Fouka is one of the biggest districts in Tipaza one of the 48 states of Algeria. Its original name is Fouka Marine because of its seaside location. Its neighbor districts are Bou Ismael from the west, Douawda from the east and Kolea from the south. It has a rocky beach. Fouka has a population of about 50,000. Houari Boumediene international airport is located 42.4 km east of Fouka.
Damous is a town and commune in Tipaza Province in northern Algeria.
Hadjout formerly Marengo during French colonization is a town and commune in Tipaza Province in northern Algeria, approximately 78km to the west of the capital Algiers..
Sidi Ghiles Formerly Novi during the French colonization, is a town on Algeria's Mediterranean coast. The municipality of Novi is located about 32 kilometers (20 mi) west of Tipasa and 7 kilometers (4 mi) southwest of Cherchell. This agricultural locality is a hundred kilometers (62 mi) distant of Algiers.