Yahia Boushaki

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Coordinates: 36°43′22″N3°10′22″E / 36.7227018°N 3.1726698°E / 36.7227018; 3.1726698

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Yahia Boushaki

Arabic: يحي بوسحاقي
Kabyle: ⵖⴰⵀⵉⴰ Boⵓⵙⵀⴰⴽⵉ
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Arabic: يحي بوسحاقي
Kabyle: ⵖⴰⵀⵉⴰ Boⵓⵙⵀⴰⴽⵉ
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Yahia Boushaki in Kabylie and Mitidja
Coordinates: 36°43′22″N3°10′22″E / 36.7227018°N 3.1726698°E / 36.7227018; 3.1726698
Country Algeria
Province Algiers Province
District Dar El Beïda District
Commune Bab Ezzouar
Region Kabylie

Yahia Boushaki (Arabic : يحي بوسحاقي, Kabyle : ⵖⴰⵀⵉⴰ Boⵓⵙⵀⴰⴽⵉ) is an Algiers residential, administrative and commercial neighbourhood located in the commune of Bab Ezzouar in Kabylie. [1]

Description

The neighbourhood "Yahia Boushaki", also known to be a Chinatown, is a residential, administrative and commercial zone of the city of Algiers. [2] [3]

History

The neighbourhood was created by decree of November 8, 1978, as part of the development of the city of Algiers [4]  ·. [5]

Transport

Train

Tramway

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Tramway d'Alger
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Tramway d'Alger
  Stations [6] CommunesCorrespondence
  Tamaris Mohammadia
  Cité Mokhtar ZerhouniMohammadia
  Cité Rabia Bab Ezzouar
  Université de Bab Ezzouar (USTHB)Bab Ezzouar
  Cité 5 juilletBab Ezzouar
  Bab Ezzouar - Le PontBab Ezzouar
  Cité universitaire - CUB1Bab Ezzouar
  Cité 8 mai 1945Bab Ezzouar
  Clair Matin Bordj El Kiffan
  Bordj El Kiffan - LycéeBordj El Kiffan

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References

  1. "Lotissement Boushaki (f) à Bab Ezzouar : un quartier dépourvu de revêtement Alger : les autres articles". vitaminedz.org.
  2. "Une Chinatown à l'est d'Alger". djazairess.com.
  3. Taing, Jean-Pierre (9 July 2015). "L'immigration chinoise à Alger : l'émergence d'une place marchande à Bab Ezzouar ?" (26). doi: 10.4000/emam.934 via emam.revues.org.Cite journal requires |journal= (help)
  4. "L'Expression - Le Quotidien - Une Chinatown à l'est d'Alger". lexpressiondz.com.
  5. "Le Chinatown de la banlieue d'Alger crée des " embrouilles "". nouvelobs.com.
  6. "Lotissement Boushaki (f) à Bab Ezzouar : un quartier dépourvu de revêtement". djazairess.com.