Blida, Algeria

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    Atreus, mhamed2006, mrsbrewer, and 4 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. Zixii 90 months ago | reply

      This is a lively and attractive picture.

    2. Bachir 90 months ago | reply

      Just lovely!

    3. Tasanayt 86 months ago | reply

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    4. Ziet O Zaa3taar 85 months ago | reply

      great pic ....thanks

    5. Algeria888 ( G.Zouaî ) 79 months ago | reply

      what a nice picture!!

    6. Pierre M... 76 months ago | reply

      Merci de montrer mon vieux "chez moi"!
      Est-ce que la ligne de chemin de fer Blida-Djelfa existe toujours?

    7. minou09 73 months ago | reply

      Blida c'est ma ville ! ville des roses que j'aime beaucoup .

    8. intasko 70 months ago | reply

      Blidaaaaa !! so nice !! place el toute ya pas de doute ! :-)

    9. omurmar 67 months ago | reply

      i saw there,

    10. HappyTellus 56 months ago | reply


      Thanks for sharing this beautiful photograph with Your photo can now be seen at our travel page on Algeria at:

    11. G. MATHIEU des PLANTEURS 49 months ago | reply

      Hi, I'm an admin for a group called Colonies françaises ( French colonies), and we'd love to have this added to the group!

    12. Sociolingo Africa 48 months ago | reply

      Hi, great pic.Thanks for making it creative commons. I've used it to illustrate a post at SocioLingo Africa. Here's the link:

    13. ALREBIR 47 months ago | reply

      Ce n'est que magnificence,.

    14. rafekh 36 months ago | reply

      La ville de Blidah, c'était pour moi la porte de l'Algérie que j'ai beaucoup aimée dans les années 1974-77, avec ses villas pleines de roses, et surtout ses habitants, très hospitaliers, dont Ali, Tayeb, M. Lalame, Mohammed et bien d'autres, je les salue tous et embrasse et merci d'avoir pu graver dans ma mémoire ce qui me permet aujourd'hui d'écrire ces mots de gratitude. Rafik.

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