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Berbero-Roman ruins at Djemila in Algeria Royalty Free Stock Photo
Sidi M`Cid Bridge across the Rhummel River in Constantine, Algeria Royalty Free Stock Photo
Map of algeria on a old vintage crack paper Royalty Free Stock Photo
Ruins of Tipasa, a Roman colonia in Algeria, North Africa Royalty Free Stock Photo
Trajan Arch within the ruins of Timgad in Algeria. Royalty Free Stock Photo
View of Algiers the capital of Algeria Royalty Free Stock Photo
Algeria Sahara dune landscape light game Royalty Free Stock Photo
Hot springs cascade in Guelma, Algeria
Senegal and Algeria two flags textile cloth, fabric texture Royalty Free Stock Photo
Flag Of Algeria Royalty Free Stock Photo
Algeria Political Map Royalty Free Stock Photo
Algeria Sahara desert landscape Royalty Free Stock Photo
Algeria Sahara tuareg Royalty Free Stock Photo
Algeria marked with a flag on the map Royalty Free Stock Photo
Algeria flag pin on map Royalty Free Stock Photo
Hot springs in Guelma, Algeria.Hammam El Maskhoutine (means “baths of the damned”; presently named Hammam DEBAGH ) is a thermal station, near Guelma (Algeria) and includes 12 springs with strong water flow and a temperature about 98°C. This makes them ones of the hottest springs in the world with Iceland ones. The waterfall has 500 meters wide and 08 meters high.


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