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Hi All,
how nice Algria's oasis songs from my bone contry ouled djellel ileave you to hear from clcick in the link below
https://youtu.be/C_F0G1o69cM
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Hi All,

now ican share an other Algeria story ihope you will Appreciate it much bellow

Located in the northern part of the Algerian Sahara, the wilaya of Ghardaia which holds its culture and traditions of its rich history, remains the second largest tourist pole after the Algerian coast and represents one of the most visited regions of the country. It encompasses the Mzab Valley which is part of World Heritage. The wilaya has a delegated wilaya (El Menea), 9 daïras, and 13 communes.

Agricultural resources are mainly characterized by the production of fish. 590,000 quintals of dates, all varieties combined, are expected in the wilaya of Ghardaia, under the harvesting campaign of the 2017 agricultural season.

market gardening and cereals are widespread in the Wilaya. Livestock in the Wilaya of Ghardaia, which is not an agro-pastoral region, is quite extensive in sheepmeat, goat, camelina and cattle.

The sector of tourism and the craft industry is a strategic sector in view of the tourist and artisanal potentialities which conceals the region (historical sites, cultural, scenic sites, hydrotherapy, craft industry ...). In addition, the reputation of the native wilaya of Moufdi Zakaria is largely due to its architecture. Hydrotherapy also tends to develop at the level of this Wilaya thanks to the water and thermal resources concealed by it.

The GHARDAIA Wilaya has two industrial zones located in Guerrara and Bounoura and several business parks.

Like the wilayas of the South, Ghardaia benefits from various development programs. In addition, it is concerned with the administrative division, with the aim of instilling a new dynamic in local development and bringing the administration of the citizen closer.
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GHARDAIA - With its centuries of history and its architectural splendours, the region of Ghardaia contains an invaluable civilizational heritage placed at the highest level of the human heritage by UNESCO in 1982 as a universal heritage, and which today requires only to be preserved.
This tangible and intangible heritage of the ksour valley M'zab, which was to be at the heart of any action to promote investment and sustainable socio-economic development, does not fail to raise the paradox between a region classified by UNESCO and the low awareness of the impact of this ranking.

For several decades, the region of Ghardaïa, particularly the M'zab valley, has suffered the consequences of rapid and sometimes anarchic urbanization to the detriment of its architectural heritage, say many actors of the associative movement activating in the preservation of heritage.

The valley has experienced the effects of accelerated urbanization, anarchic and advanced degradation of its environment, including palm groves, where illegal constructions were built without respect for the architectural standards of the region, said a notable region.


Le paysage architectural de la vallée du M'zab, qui possède une grande richesse sur le plan de la typologie formelle et fonctionnelle et de la diversité du langage architectural utilisé dans les différentes oeuvres bâties, connait des bouleversements au niveau de ses structures urbaine, sociale et économique, a indiqué, de son côté, un jeune architecte de passage à Ghardaïa.
Ces bouleversements, accentués depuis quelques années, se manifestent par des constructions illicites et anarchiques, un squat du foncier et d'espace vert notamment les palmeraies, où le béton a fait son apparition en force, ajouté à la ruralisation de l'espace urbain de la vallée, a expliqué le même interlocuteur.
Selon les statistiques de la direction de l'Urbanisme, l'Architecture et la Construction (DUAC), le nombre de constructions illicites recensées dans la vallée du M'zab dépasse les 1.600 bâtisses, construites sans permis de construire, sans respect de l'architecture locale et sur des terrains squattés, défigurant le paysage et l'environnement dans la vallée.
Cette dernière est entrée ainsi dans un cycle de dégradation de son espace physique et de son style architectural où un processus de délaissement des matériaux de construction locaux et traditionnels au profit du ciment et du béton a défiguré les sites de la région.
"Notre patrimoine matériel légué par nos aïeux se dégrade de jour en jour à cause des vicissitudes du temps et des aléas climatiques ainsi que les effets de l'homme, autant de facteurs qui entachent le passé prestigieux de cette région'', a estimé Ahmed Nouh, notable de Béni-Isguen.






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very interesting, thank you 🙂

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