Commune and town
|Province||Tizi Ouzou Province|
|District||Draâ Ben Khedda District|
|Time zone||UTC+1 (CET)|
Tirmitine is a town and commune in Tizi Ouzou Province in northern Algeria.
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Reggane is a town and commune, and the capital of Reggane District, in Adrar Province, central Algeria. Reggane lies in the Sahara Desert near an oasis. According to the 2008 census it has a population of 20,402, up from 14,179 in 1998, with an annual growth rate of 3.8%. Berber tribes and people live in and around Reggane.
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El Oued, Souf or Oued Souf is a city, and the capital of El Oued Province, in Algeria. The oasis town is watered by an underground river, hence its name is El Oued which enables date palm cultivation and the rare use of brick construction for housing. As most roofs are domed, it is known as the "City of a Thousand Domes".
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