Cela m'encourage [euro]u int[euro]u[c]grer les [euro]u[c]trangers dans cette aventure humaine et de d[euro]u[c]couverte de notre vaste pays puisqu'au lancement de mon projet, j'ai beaucoup mis[euro]u[c] sur la diaspora alg[euro]u[c]rienne [euro]u[c]tablie [euro]u l'[euro]u[c]tranger" a indiqu[euro]u[c] Toufik Boughali, directeur de M'zab
Tours, organisateur du Rallye.
In south of Algeria and especially in the M'Zab
valley, the water deficit climate is such that the use of irrigation is vital for agricultural production.
Jewish experience in the M'zab
was neither as rigid nor as pristine as it seemed.
C'est la trouvaille du regime algerien pour se dedouaner de toute responsabilite dans le desastre de la vallee du M'zab
, a laquelle le Premier ministre Abdelmalek Sellal a promis monts et merveilles durant la campagne presidentielle d'avril 2014.
Ghardaia is located in the M'Zab
valley on the edge of the Sahara desert, some 600 kilometres (370 miles) south of Algiers.
Le Corbusier Albums d'Afrique du Nord: Voyages au M'Zab
unesco has inscribed 7 Algerian sites in the World heritage list" : al Qal'a of Beni hammad (1980) djemila (1982) m'Zab
valley (1982) tassilli n'ajjer (1982) timgad (1982) tipasa (1982) and the Kasbah of algiers (1992).
Alongside the Mediterranean sea, there is a coast bordered by beaches and coves; in the middle of the Atlas, a zone of semidesert high plateaus; and the Sahara, its rock plateaus, its arid plains, its sand areas, the great Western erg, the great Eastern erg and its oases such as Zibans, the valley of M'Zab
, Touat, and Gourara.
Fifty people were injured and about 1,000 made homeless in the town, a UN World Heritage site, 600km south of the capital, Algiers, at the entrance to the Algerian desert in the M'Zab
Under the French occupation, school institutions in Algeria were destroyed (see Turin, 1977), with the exception of the M'zab
valley, where the Ibadite rite was preserved, and the southern territories.
The gundis (Ctenodactylidae), an African family, are represented by the Saharan gundi (Ctenodactylus vali), the M'zab
gundi (Massoutiera mzabi), and the Felou gundi (Felovia vae).
His visit to the M'Zab
as a tourist with Simone de Beauvoir in 1950 had a political purpose: 'We were against the colonialist system', wrote De Beauvoir upon their return, 'but we had no a priori prejudice against the local administrators or those in charge of building the roads.