Commune and town
|Province||Tizi Ouzou Province|
|Time zone||UTC+1 (CET)|
Tizi N'Tleta (formerly: Acif Boulma) is a town and commune in Tizi Ouzou Province in Kabylie (northern Algeria).
It was in Ighil Imoula, one of the villages of Tizi N'tleta, that thousands of copies of the proclamation of November 1, 1954 that began the Algerian revolution were printed.[ citation needed ]
Tizi N'Tleta is in the south of Tizi Ouzou Wilaya province and is bordered by Beni Douala, Ouadhia, Aït Bouaddou, Assi Youcef, Mechtras, and Souk El Thenine.
Since its foundation, Tizi N'Tleta has been composed of nine villages:
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.
Tizi Ouzou is a province (wilayah) of Algeria in the Kabylia region. Its capital is Tizi Ouzou.
Bouïra is a province (wilaya) in the Kabylie region in Algeria.
Bouzeguene is a Kabyle town in Tizi Ouzou Province, Algeria, approximately 170 km from Algiers.
Aokas is a coastal city and district in the Béjaïa Province in northern Algeria and is located at about 25 kilometres from the province's capital city of Bgayet. The commune of Aokas was created by decree of October 2, 1869. It covered an area of 2,202 hectares and had a population of 2,245 inhabitants in 1931. Its name in berber means shark. Its average altitude is 300 meters.
Aït Aissa Mimoune, Kabyle name Ath Aissa Mimoune, known formerly Djebel Aïssa Mimoun, is a commune (borough) in the District of Ouaguenoun, Tizi Ouzou Province, Kabylie region, Algeria.
Aït Bouaddou, also called Ath Vouvaddou or Beni Bouaddou, is a commune in the Ouadhia District of Tizi Ouzou Province in the Kabylie region of Algeria.
Aghrib or Aghribs is a village and commune in the province of Tizi Ouzou in northern Algeria.
Aïn El Hammam is a town and commune in Tizi Ouzou Province in northern Algeria.
Aït Yahia is a commune in the Tizi Ouzou wilaya in northern Algeria, located 47 km to the southwest of Tizi Ouzou, 33 km to the south of Azazga, and 4 km northeast of Aïn El Hammam. The administrative center of the commune is the village of Ait Hichem [fr].
Azeffoun, the classical Rusazus and colonial Port Gueydon, is a town and commune in Tizi Ouzou Province in northern Algeria, located on Cape Corbelin 64 km (40 mi) north-east of Tizi Ouzou. The economy of the town of Azeffoun is based on tourism, fishing, and agriculture.
Beni Douala is a town and commune in Tizi Ouzou Province in northern Algeria. At Dwala, or Aït Douala, is located 17 km south-east of Tizi-Ouzou.
Bou-Nouh is a town and commune in Tizi Ouzou Province in northern Algeria.
Iferhounene (French:Iferhounène)(Arabic:ايفرحونن)(TifinaƔ:ⵉⴼⴻⵔⵀⵓⵏⴻⵏ) is a town and commune in Tizi Ouzou Province in northern Algeria. It is known to be close to the city of Ain El Hammam and is traversed through daily by Tizi Ouzou commuters. It is also known for its snowy climate during the winter
Tadmaït is a town and commune in Tizi Ouzou Province in northern Algeria, located 18 kilometers west of Tizi Ouzou and 85 kilometers est of Algiers.
Aït Irane, ath yirane ⴰⵉⵜ ⵉⵔⴰⵏⴻ in Tifinagh, means izmawen, is one of the villages of the Aït Bouadou commune, also called Ath Vouvaddou or Beni Bouaddou. Aït Bouadou is a commune of the Ouadhia District (daïra) which is a Tizi Ouzou Province (wilaya) in the Kabylie region of Algeria.
The Larbaâ Nath Irathen is an Algerian administrative district in the Tizi-Ouzou province and the region of Kabylie. Its chief town is located on the common namesake of Larbaâ Nath Irathen. Their people are known for not changing t-shirts.
Imezdaten is a village in Kabylia located 15 km (9.3 mi) southwest of Tizi Ouzou in the Betrouna region and municipality of Tizi Ouzou, Algeria.
Mohamed Aïchaoui was an Algerian journalist and militant in the nationalist movement against French Algeria. Aïchaoui wrote the Declaration of 1 November 1954, the National Liberation Front's first appeal to the Algerian people at the start of the Algerian War. After earlier imprisonment and torture, he died in a 1959 clash with the French army.
The Declaration of 1 November 1954 is the first independentist appeal addressed by the National Liberation Front (FLN) to the Algerian people, marking the start of the Algerian Revolution and the armed action of the National Liberation Army (ALN).