Annaba

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9 matches of the tournament, including the final match, which had a record attendance of approximately 120,000 spectators. In the final match, the home team Algeria defeated Nigeria 1-0 to win the tournament. It also hosted the 2000 African Championships in Athletics. After a formal compliance with current safety standards in 1999, the stadium was reduced to an 80,000 capacity, and following a new phase of renovation in 2003, the stadium's capacity has been reduced further to its current all


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and visa-free, tourists may visit Tunisia and El Kala National Park, found there east of Tunisia. The city is also known for its Green Main Street (more often known as the court of the revolution), which is vibrant in the afternoon and has an active nightlife. Annaba is known for its beautiful beaches, hotels and nightlife. Most foreign tourists are from Italy and France. The Bone War Cemetery is found about from Annaba on the road to Constantine. It is an important


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with the steel complex of El Hadjar, eight kilometres south of the city. It is the largest in Africa. Phosphate and metal industries are the phosphatier of the Seybousa complex and the metallurgical complex of Allelik. Private industry is very important in Annaba and concentrates especially in the agri-food, metal processing, wood and its derivatives, and the construction. Its industrial areas occupy nearly 400 ha between bridge Bouchet, Meboudja, Berrahal, Kherraza. Areas of activities are located


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(Annaba, Algeria). Laetus was an equestrian (equestrian (Roman)) who served and took part in the first Battle of Bedriacum for the Emperor Otho and against the future Emperor Vitellius in CE 69. The Romano-Berber theologian known as Augustine of Hippo (modern Chaoui city of Annaba, Algeria), who is recognized as a saint and a Doctor of the Church by Roman Catholicism and the Anglican Communion and revered by the Reformed, was an outspoken


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the railroad which crossed the city from the west to the east. The Roman theater of Guelma was restored in 1905 under the rule of mayor M. Joly. The city had a high percentage of European (Ethnic groups in Europe) settlers during these times, supported by the French colonial policy. Its civilians suffered greatly during the Sétif massacre of 8 May 1945. Guelma's oldest still-operating religious building (1837) is the El-Atik Mosque, or "The Great Mosque Of Guelma". Guelma has also had a synagogue, which served the local Jews (History of the Jews in Algeria) as well as a church on the ''place de Saint Augustin (Augustine of Hippo)'' for the European settlers. The '''Algerian National Navy''' is the naval branch of the Military of Algeria. The navy operates from 3 bases at Algiers, Annaba and Mers-el-Kébir on the Mediterranean coast (Mediterranean Sea). During the engagement the captains of the two freighters escorted by the Republican fleet had panicked and changed course to the south to seek shelter in Algerine waters. One of the steamers ran aground in Cherchell, while the remaining ship reached Bona (Annaba), where she was interned (internment) by the French authorities. Alonso, Bruno (2006). ''La flota republicana y la guerra civil de España''. Ed. Renacimiento, pp. 81-82. ISBN 8496133753 Wikipedia:Annaba Commons:Category:Annaba


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a synagogue, which served the local Jews (History of the Jews in Algeria) as well as a church on the ''place de Saint Augustin (Augustine of Hippo)'' for the European settlers. The '''Algerian National Navy''' is the naval branch of the Military of Algeria. The navy operates from 3 bases at Algiers, Annaba and Mers-el-Kébir on the Mediterranean coast (Mediterranean Sea). During the engagement the captains of the two freighters escorted by the Republican fleet had panicked and changed course to the south to seek shelter in Algerine waters. One of the steamers ran aground in Cherchell, while the remaining ship reached Bona (Annaba), where she was interned (internment) by the French authorities. Alonso, Bruno (2006). ''La flota republicana y la guerra civil de España''. Ed. Renacimiento, pp. 81-82. ISBN 8496133753 Wikipedia:Annaba Commons:Category:Annaba


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; It was a centre of early Western Christianity and was the site of many Christian synods (synod of Hippo), one of which was central in canonizing the current books of the New Testament. Augustine of Hippo was bishop here from 396 until his death in 430. Wikipedia:Annaba Commons:Category:Annaba


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Annaba and Sardinia, Italy. Both pipelines will be extended to France and Germany. Mediterranean Sea * Algiers, Annaba, Arzew, Bejaia, Béni Saf, Dellys, Djendjen, Ghazaouet, Jijel, Mostaganem, Oran, Skikda, and Ténès An extensive air service used an estimated 137 airports and airstrips in 2004. As of 2005, a total of 52 had paved runways, and there was one heliport. The main

international airport, Houari Boumedienne Airport, is about 20 km (12 mi) from Algiers. Constantine (Constantine, Algeria), Annaba, Tilimsen, and Oran have smaller modern airports that can accommodate jet aircraft. Air Algérie, the national airline, provides international service. In 2003, a total of about 3.293 million passengers were carried on domestic and international flights. Numidia became highly Romanized and was studded with numerous towns. The chief


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international airport, Houari Boumedienne Airport, is about 20 km (12 mi) from Algiers. Constantine (Constantine, Algeria), Annaba, Tilimsen, and Oran have smaller modern airports that can accommodate jet aircraft. Air Algérie, the national airline, provides international service. In 2003, a total of about 3.293 million passengers were carried on domestic and international flights. Numidia became highly Romanized and was studded with numerous towns. The chief


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other P.108s), when the "peak" was reached. Bignozzi 1987, p. 30. Each of these missions, involving one to four aircraft (15 sorties in total), was unsuccessful and resulted in around 33% losses. The results were poor, with one Hudson (Lockheed Hudson) and some artillery positions destroyed on the ground in the first, "big" mission and further unspecified damage in the others, despite intensive long-range mission crew training between 3 July and September. On 28 October, MM22007 force-landed in Algeria on its third sortie, making in total at least 16 sorties with one aircraft missing, two lost in Spain, two lost in Algeria and one lost in Italy. Algeria and Africa Following the Allied invasion of French North Africa, codenamed "Operation Torch", more losses were sustained when these aircraft flew missions over Algeria and other African targets. The Allies had over 160 warships and 250 merchant ships in the region. The ''Luftwaffe'' had 1,068 aircraft in the II (2nd Air Corps (Germany)) and X. ''Fliegerkorps'' (10th Air Corps (Germany)), the ''Regia'' had 285 aircraft in Sardinia of which 115 were torpedo-bombers. At least three were downed over Africa in this series of raids, for the most part claimed by Beaufighter (Bristol Beaufighter)s. Nonetheless, in Algeria they struck targets in Bône (now called Annaba), Algiers, Blinda, Philippeville (now called Skikda), Maison Blanche and Oran. The '''University of Badji Mokhtar -Annaba''', also called '''Annaba University''' or '''(UBMA)''' (Arabic (Arabic language):جامعة عنابة - باجي مختار ) is located in Annaba, on the north eastern coast of Algeria. It was founded in 1975 and is organized into seven faculties. The '''University of Badji Mokhtar -Annaba''', also called '''Annaba University''' or '''(UBMA)''' (Arabic (Arabic language):جامعة عنابة - باجي مختار ) is located in Annaba, on the north eastern coast of Algeria. It was founded in 1975 and is organized into seven faculties. Student housing According to Algerian law dormitories are free, there are around 13 which are co-administered between the university and the National Office of Universities. They are near the four campuses in Annaba. All the students who study there (except those who live in Annaba), have the priority to have accommodation, with priority to foreign students . University cooperation and partnerships Annaba University is a member of international networks, associations and agencies such as: * Association of Universities of the Francophonie (AUF), former_names location Annaba, Algeria coordinates Wikipedia:Annaba Commons:Category:Annaba

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'''Annaba''' Most of the people call this city '''Balad Al Unnâb''', i.e. the Jujubes city, because of the abundance of this fruit in the area. www.el-annabi.com

Annaba is a coastal city and has undergone significant growth. Annaba has a metropolitan area with a higher population density than the other metropolises of the Algerian coastline such as Oran and the capital Algiers. Much of eastern and southern Algeria seeks the services, equipment, and infrastructure of the city. Economically, it is the centre for various dynamic activities, such as industry, transport, finance and tourism. anvredet.org.dz

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