Batna University 1
The University of Batna 1 (French: Université de Batna, also named Université Colonel Hadj Lakhdar, Arabic: جامعة باتنة) is a public university in the city of Batna,Algeria. It was created in 1977 and is one of the largest universities in North Africa. It has eight faculties and over 31,000 students.
In 1985 the university was reorganized under a new administrative structure called INES (National Institutes of High Education), and in 1990, it was again replaced by many institutes, each of which contains many departments.
In 2001, it was reorganized to a set of faculties. Each faculty has departments spread in nine sites around the city. The new and the most important site of the university, located in the southern area of the city of Batna
The Head of the university Batna 1 is Dr. Dif Abdesselam.
Timgad or Thamugadi (ClononiaMarcianaTraianaThamugadi i Latin); also known as “The Pompeii of North Africa”, is an ancient city located in the territory of the eponymous modern commune of Timgad in the wilaya of Batna, in the Aures region of northeast Algeria. It was founded by the Roman Emperor Trajan around A.D.100. Timgad had the status of a colony and was the latest deduction of Roman Africa.
With its temples, themes, forum and theater, the city was originally built to cover an area of 12 hectares. Given the fact that it has preserved an excellent state as well as being an exemplary typical Roman city, Timgad was declared as World Heritage by the UNESCO in 1982.
Chelia is a mountain in east Algeria. Known as the highest peak of the Aures mountain range, it is precisely located in the borders of the wilaya of Batna and the wilaya of Khenchela. It culminates at 2328 meters altitude.
Mountain Chelia is the second highest mountain peak in Algeria after Mountain Tahat in the Hoggar mountains, and is the highest of the regularly covered with snow.
Lambèse, officially known as Lambèse-Tazoult (latin: Lambaesis), is a mililary town of Roman Africa located in the territory of the commune of Tazoult in the Aures region, 10 km east of Batna by the road of Timgad and Khenchela.
Ghoufi (balconies of Ghoufi or Ghoufi canyon; also pronounced “Rhoufi”) is a tourist attraction in the Aures region of Algeria.
The village of Ghoufi is a secondary agglomeration of the commune of Ghassira in the wilaya of Batna. Carved into rock in the form of cascades, the balconies of Ghoufi had attracted men to build houses in them. These houses go back to four centuries and are deserted in nowadays. At the turn of each balcony, there is a village in the middle of which stands a Taqliath (a multi-storey building containing a number of rooms equal to the number of families; which serves as warehouses for crops and supplies). The villages clinging to the cliff are named: Hitelsa, Idharène, AthMimoune, AthYahia, Ath Mansour or Taouriret. The architecture of the place is a typical Tamazight architecture. The materials consist of stones that are polished and briefly joined with local mortar trunks of trees and date palms.
Madghacen or Medracen or Medghassen or Madghis also spelled Imadghassen, correct berber spelling imedghasen is a royal mausoleum-temple of theBerber Numidian Kings which stands near Batna city in Aurasius Mons in Numidia - Algeria
El Kantara is a town and commune in Biskra Province, Algeria. As of 1911, Baedeker described it as "one of the most important caravan-stations in E. Algeria.The gorge that traveled through the area was described by locals as the "Mouth of the Desert".
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