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Adrar (Berber: Adrar, ⴰⴷⵔⴰⵔ; Arabic: أدرار‎) is the administrative capital of Adrar Province, the second largest province in Algeria. The commune is sited around an oasis in the Touat region of the Sahara Desert. According to a 2008 census it has a population of 64,781, up from 43,903 in 1998, with an annual growth rate of 4.0%. Adrar is mainly an agricultural town, characterized by its traditional irrigation system, the Foggara.
Locations Ain Defla
Aïn Defla (Arabic: عين الدفلى‎, lit. oleander spring) is the capital city of Aïn Defla Province, Algeria. It is also a commune.
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Aïn Témouchent (Arabic: عين تموشنت‎) is a city in north western Algeria, it is the capital of Aïn Témouchent Province. Ain Temouchent is located 72 km south-west of Oran, a city with which it is closely associated, and 63 km west of Sidi Bel Abbes. Known as “la Florissante”, it is set in a narrow fertile basaltic valley amid vineyards and orchards.
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Algiers (/ælˈdʒɪərz/ al-JEERZ; Arabic: الجزائر‎; Berber: Dzayer; French: Alger) is the capital and largest city of Algeria. The city’s population at the 2008 Census was 2,988,145 and in 2011 was estimated to be around 3,500,000. An estimate puts the population of the larger metropolitan city to be around 5,000,000. Algiers is located on the Mediterranean Sea and in the north-central portion of Algeria. Algiers is situated on the west side …
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Annaba (Arabic: عنّابة‎, lit “Place of the Jujubes”; Berber languages: Aânavaen), formerly known as Bon, Bona and Bône, is a seaport city in the northeastern corner of Algeria, close to Tunisia. Annaba is close to the small Seybouse River, and it is in the Annaba Province. With a population of about 464,740 (2019) and 1,000,000 for the metropole, Annaba is the 3rd largest city in Algeria. It is the leading industrial center in Algeri…
Locations Batna
Batna (Arabic: باتنة‎) is the main city of Batna Province, Algeria. With a population of 290,645 (2008 census) it is the fifth largest city in Algeria. It is also one of the principal cities of the Chaoui area and is considered the capital of the Aures.
Locations Bechar
Béchar (Arabic: بشار‎) is the capital city of Béchar Province, Algeria. It is also a commune, coextensive with Béchar District, of Béchar Province. In 2008 the city had a population of 165,627, up from 134,954 in 1998, with an annual growth rate of 2.1%. The commune covers an area of 5,050 square kilometres (1,950 sq mi). Before coal was found here in 1907, Béchar was a small populated town prior to its annexation to French Algeria on 1904. It h…
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Béjaïa (/bɪˈdʒaɪə/; Arabic: بِجَايَة‎, Bijayah; Kabyle: Bgayet, Vgayet), formerly Bougie and Bugia, is a Mediterranean port city on the Gulf of Béjaïa in Algeria; it is the capital of Béjaïa Province, Kabylia. Béjaïa is the largest principally Kabyle-speaking city in the Kabylia region of Algeria.
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Béni Abbès (Arabic: بني عباس‎), also known as the Pearl of the Saoura, and also as the White Oasis, is a town and commune located in western Algeria in Béchar Province, 241 km (150 mi) far from the provincial capital Béchar, and 1,200 km (746 mi) from Algiers. It has been the capital of the Béni Abbès District since 1957. The commune’s area is approximately 10,040 km2 (3,880 sq mi), with a population of 10,885 inhabitants as of the 2008 ce…
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Biskra (Arabic: بسكرة‎; Tibeskert; Latin Vescera) is the capital city of Biskra Province, Algeria. In 2007, its population was recorded as 307,987. Biskra is located in northeastern Algeria, about 248 miles (400 km) from Algiers, 71 miles (115 km) southwest of Batna and 137 miles (222 km) north of Touggourt. It is nicknamed “The Queen of the Zibans”, “The Door of the Desert” or “The Saharan Nice” because of it…
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Blida (Arabic: البليدة‎; Tamazight: Leblida) is a city in Algeria. It is the capital of Blida Province, and it is located about 45 km south-west of Algiers, the national capital.The name Blida, i.e. bulaydah, is a diminutive of the Arabic word belda, city.
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Bordj Badji Mokhtar (Arabic: برج باجي مختار‎) is a town and commune in Bordj Badji Mokhtar District, Bordj Badji Mokhtar Province, in south-western Algeria. According to the 2008 census it has a population of 16,437, up from 9,323 in 1998, with an annual growth rate of 6.0%, the highest in the province.[1] It was named after the Algerian independence activist Badji Mokhtar (1919-1954). The Prime Meridian passes near Bordj Badji Mokhtar.
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Bordj Bou Arréridj (Arabic: برج بوعريريج‎) population 140,000 (2005 estimate), is the capital city of Bordj Bou Arréridj Province, Algeria. It is situated 148 miles by road east of Algiers, near the Hodna Massif in the southern Kabylie Mountains, at an elevation of 916 metres. The economy is largely based upon agriculture and forestry, with some small-scale industries. Bordj Bou Arréridj is well-connected to other urban centres by road and rail.…
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Bouïra is the capital of Bouïra Province, Algeria. The city is also called “Garanda” by the locals.
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Boumerdès (Arabic: بومرداس; Kabyle: Bumerdas; formerly Rocher Noir) is the capital city of Boumerdès Province, Algeria. It is located on the Mediterranean Sea. It had a population of 28,500 in 1998 and 15,000 in 1987. Boumerdès is a seaside city located in the north of Algeria about 50 km east of Algiers and 50 km west of Tizi Ouzou. During French occupation of Algeria, the city was named Rocher Noir, translated from French as Black Rock. It is …
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Chlef (Arabic: الشلف‎, Berber: Clef) is the capital of Chlef Province, Algeria. Located in the north of Algeria, 200 kilometres (120 mi) west of the capital, Algiers, it was founded in 1843, as Orléansville, on the ruins of Roman Castellum Tingitanum. In 1962, it was renamed al-Asnam, but since 1980 it has borne its present name, Chlef, which is derived from the name of the longest river in Algeria. It is home to the soccer club ASO Chlef, the H…
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Constantine (Arabic: قسنطينة‎ Qusanṭīnah), also spelled Qacentina or Kasantina, is the capital of Constantine Province in northeastern Algeria. During Roman times it was called Cirta and was renamed “Constantina” in honor of emperor Constantine the Great. It was the capital of the French department of Constantine until 1962. Located somewhat inland, Constantine is about 80 kilometres (50 miles) from the Mediterranean coast, on the ba…
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Djanet (Arabic: جانت‎) is an oasis city, and capital of Djanet District as well as of Djanet Province, southeast Algeria. It is located 412 km (256 mi) south of Illizi. According to the 2008 census it has a population of 14,655, up from 9,699 in 1998, and an annual population growth rate of 4.3%. It is inhabited by the Kel Ajjer Tuareg people.
Locations Djelfa
Djelfa (Arabic: الجلفة‎, romanized: al-Ǧilfah is the capital city of Djelfa Province, Algeria and the site of ancient city and former bishopric Fallaba, which remains a Latin catholic titular see. It has a population of 339,248 (2008 census). The city lies at the junction of the N1 and the N46 roads.
Locations El Bayadh
El Bayadh (Arabic: البيض‎) is a municipality of Algeria. It is the capital of El Bayadh Province. This town was known as Géryville during the French colonization of Algeria.
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El M’Ghair (Arabic: اﻟﻤﻐﻴﺮ‎), also called El Meghaïer or Mhraïer, is a town and commune, and capital of El M’Ghair District and El M’Ghair Province, Algeria. According to the 1998 census it has a population of 49,793, up from 40,228 in 1998, and is the second largest town in the province after Djamaa. Its annual population growth rate is 2.2%.
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El Menia (Arabic: المنيعة‎) is an oasis town and commune, and capital of El Ménia District, in Ghardaïa Province, Algeria. The former name is El Goléa (Arabic: القليعة‎); together in Arabic, the two names mean Impregnable Castle. According to the 2008 census it has a population of 40,195, up from 28,848 in 1998, with an annual growth rate of 3.4%. The area is inhabited by the Zenete Berbers. El Menia oasis grows many agricultural products. The g…
Locations El Oued
El Oued (Arabic: اﻟﻮادي‎, Berber languages: Suf meaning the River), Souf or Oued Souf is a city, and the capital of El Oued Province, in Algeria. The oasis town is watered by an underground river, hence its name is El Oued which enables date palm cultivation and the rare use (for the desert) of brick construction for housing. As most roofs are domed, it is known as the “City of a Thousand Domes”. El Oued is located 400 miles (640 km)…
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El Taref (Arabic: الطارف‎, French: formerly Le Tarf) is a city in Algeria. It is the capital of El Taref Province. El Kala is a port town near El Taref. El Taref is 700 kilometers east of Algiers. In 1998, it had a population of around 20,300. General Electric and Iberdrola are building a power station in El Taref, beginning in mid-2008, a project which will increase Algeria’s energy capacity by 18%.
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Ghardaïa (Arabic: غرداية‎, Mzab-Berber: Taɣerdayt) is the capital city of Ghardaïa Province, Algeria. The commune of Ghardaïa has a population of 93,423 according to the 2008 census, up from 87,599 in 1998, with an annual growth rate of 0.7%. It is located in northern-central Algeria in the Sahara Desert and lies along the left bank of the Wadi Mzab. The M’zab valley in the Ghardaïa Province (Wilaya) was inscribed under the UNESCO World He…
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Guelma (Arabic: قالمة‎ Qālima; Algerian Arabic: ڨالمة‎; Algerian pronunciation: [ɡelmæ]) is the capital of Guelma Province and Guelma District, located in north-eastern Algeria, about 65 kilometers from the Mediterranean coast. Its location corresponds to that of ancient Calama.
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Illizi (Arabic: إيليزي‎) is a town and commune, coextensive with Illizi District, situated in the south-eastern part of Algeria, and capital of Illizi Province. According to the 2008 census it is the largest commune by population in the province, with a population of 17,252, up from 10,163 in 1998, and an annual population growth rate of 5.5%, the highest in the province. It is one of the gates to the Tassili N’Ajjer National Park with cav…
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In Guezzam (Arabic: عين قزام, lit. springs of Guezzam; Berber spelling: Gezzam) is a town and commune that is the capital of the newly created In Guezzam Province, in Algeria, on the border with Niger. Till 26 November 2019 it was part of the Tamanrasset Province. The border town on the Niger side is Assamaka. According to the 2008 census it has a population of 7,045, up from 4,938 in 1998, with an annual growth rate of 3.7%, the second highest …
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In Salah or officially Aïn Salah (Arabic: عين صالح‎) is the oasis town in central Algeria that is the capital of the In Salah Province and In Salah District. It was once an important trade link of the trans-Saharan caravan route. As of the 2008 census it has a population of 32,518, up from 28,022 in 1998, with an annual growth rate of 1.5%, the lowest in the province. The village is located in the heart of the Sahara Desert region of northern Af…
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Jijel (Arabic: جيجل‎), the classical Igilgili, is the capital of Jijel Province in north-eastern Algeria. It is flanked by the Mediterranean Sea in the region of Corniche Jijelienne and had a population of 131,513 in 2008. Jijel is the administrative and trade center for a region specialising in cork processing, leather tanning and steelmaking. Local crops include citrus and grain. Fishing is also of great importance. Tourists (mainly Algerians)…
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Khenchela ancient Mascula (romanized: Xencelt or Maskult; Arabic: خنشلة‎) is the capital city of the administrative Khenchela Province (Wilaya), number 40, in the north east of Algeria. Situated in the Aures Mountains, 1200 m above sea level. The city is mainly populated by Berber Chaouis.
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Laghouat (English: Laghwat French: Laghouat Arabic: الأغواط‎) is the capital of the Laghouat Province, Algeria, 400 km (250 mi) south of the Algerian capital Algiers. Located in the Amour Range of the Saharan Atlas, the town is an oasis on the north edge of the Sahara Desert. It is an important administrative and military center and marketplace, and is known for rug and tapestry weaving. Laghouat traces its history to at least the 11th century. …
Locations MSila
M’sila (also spelled Msila) (Arabic: المسيلة‎); is the capital of M’Sila Province, Algeria, and is co-extensive with M’sila District. It has a population of 132,975 as per the 2008 census. M’sila University is also located in this city.
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Mascara (Arabic: معسكر‎) is the capital city of Mascara Province, Algeria, in northwestern Algeria. It has 150,000 inhabitants (2008 estimate). It was founded in the 10th century by the Banu Ifran, a Berber tribe and was the capital city of Emir Abd al-Qadir, a leader of the Algerian resistance to early French colonial rule. Mascara is an administrative, commercial and a market centre. Its trade is mostly centered on leather goods, grains, and o…
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Médéa (Berber languages: Lemdiyyet, Arabic: المدية‎ al-Madiya), population 123,535 (1998 census) is the capital city of Médéa Province, Algeria. It is located roughly 68 km south of Algiers. The present-day city is situated on the site of an ancient Roman military post and has a history dating back to the 10th century. The town is French in character, with a rectangular city plan, red tile-roofed buildings, and beautiful public gardens. The hill…
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Mila (Arabic: ميلة‎, romanized: mīla, [miːla]) is a city in the northeast of Algeria and the capital of Mila Province. In antiquity, it was known as Milevum (in Latin; as such still a Latin Catholic titular see) or Miraeon, Μιραίον (in Ancient Greek) and was situated in the Roman province of Numidia.
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Mostaganem (Berber languages: Mustɣanem; Arabic: مستغانم‎) is a port city in and capital of Mostaganem province, in the northwest of Algeria. The city, founded in the 11th century lies on the Gulf of Arzew, Mediterranean Sea and is 72 km ENE of Oran. It is considered as the second largest city in the NW after Oran and as Algeria’s 4th largest port city with its 457.986 inhabitants as of the 2018 census. The city was founded in the 11th cen…
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Naâma (Arabic: النعامة or نعامة) is a municipality in Naâma Province, Algeria, of which it is the province seat. It is coextensive with the district of Naâma and has a population of 8,256, (in 1998) which gives it 7 seats in the PMA. Its population is 16,251 as per the census of 2008. Its postal code is 45000 and its municipal code is 4501. Its telephone code is 049 nationally, or +213 49 internationally.
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Oran (Arabic: وَهران‎, romanized: Wahrān) is a major coastal city located in the north-west of Algeria. It is considered the second most important city of Algeria after the capital Algiers, due to its population, commercial, industrial, and cultural importance. It is 432 km (268 mi) from Algiers. The total population of the city was 759,645 in 2008, while the metropolitan area has a population of approximately 1,500,000making it the second-large…
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Ouargla (Arabic: ورقلة‎) is the capital city of Ouargla Province in the Sahara Desert in southern Algeria. It has a flourishing petroleum industry and hosts one of Algeria’s universities, the University of Ouargla. The commune of Ouargla had a population of 133,024 in the 2008 census, up from 112,339 in 1998, and an annual population growth rate of 1.7%. However, including the commune of Rouissat, found in Ouargla’s urban area, gives…
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Ouled Djellal is a town and commune in Biskra Province, Algeria. According to the 1998 census it has a population of 45,622. more recent census says it has over 66,000 people. It is the second biggest city in the state of Biskra because of its population and economics. Mayor Rachid Boufateh (in 2016) announced that Ouled Djellal is to be a State in the next Administrative Division.
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Oum El Bouaghi (Arabic: أم البواقي‎) is a municipality in Algeria. It is the capital of Oum El Bouaghi Province.
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Relizane or Ghilizan (Arabic: غلیزان; Berber: Ɣilizan) is a city in Algeria. It is also the capital city of Relizane Province in Algeria. The highest temperature recorded was 47.8 °C (118 °F) on August 11, 2021.
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Saïda (Arabic: سعيدة‎) is the capital city of Saïda Province, Algeria.
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Sétif (Arabic: سطيف‎, Berber languages: Sṭif) is an Algerian city and the capital of the Sétif Province. It is one of the most important cities of eastern Algeria and the country as a whole, since it is considered the trade capital of the country. It is an inner city, situated in the eastern side of Algeria, at 270 kilometers east of Algiers, at 131 km west of Constantine, in the Hautes Plaines region south of Béjaia and Jijel. The city is at 1,…
Locations Sidi Bel Abbes
Sidi Bel Abbès (Arabic: سيدي بلعباس‎), also called Bel Abbès, is the capital (2005 pop. 200,000) of the Sidi Bel Abbès wilaya (2005 pop. 590,000), Algeria. It is named after Sidi bel Abbass, a Muslim marabout or noble man who is buried there. The city is the commercial center of an important area of vineyards, market gardens, orchards, and grain fields. It was formerly surrounded by a wall with four gates, and today is home to a university. Sidi…
Locations Skikda
Skikda (Arabic: سكيكدة‎; formerly Philippeville from 1838 to 1962 and Rusicade in ancient times) is a city in northeastern Algeria and a port on the Mediterranean. It is the capital of Skikda Province and Skikda District.
Locations Souk Ahras
Souk Ahras (Berber: Tagast; ancient name: Thagast; Arabic: سوق أهراس‎) is a municipality in Algeria. It is the capital of Souk Ahras Province. The Numidian city of Thagaste (or Tagaste), on whose ruins Souk Ahras was built, was the birthplace of Augustine of Hippo and a center of Berber culture. It was a city of great culture, described as the very hub of civilization.
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Tamanrasset (/ˌtæmənˈræsət/; Arabic: تامنراست‎), also known as Tamanghasset or Tamenghest, is an oasis city and capital of Tamanrasset Province in southern Algeria, in the Ahaggar Mountains. It is the chief city of the Algerian Tuareg. It is located an altitude of 1,320 metres (4,330 ft). As of the 2008 census, it has a population of 92,635, up from 72,741 in 1998, with an annual growth rate of 2.5%. Tamanrasset was originally established as a m…
Locations Tebessa
Tébessa or Tebessa (Arabic: تبسة‎ Tibissa, Tbessa or Tibesti), the classical Theveste, is the capital city of Tébessa Province region of northeastern Algeria. It hosts several historical landmarks, the most important one being the wall that surrounds the city and its gates. The city is also known for its traditional Algerian carpets. Tébessa was home to over 190,000 people in 2007.
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Tiaret (Arabic: تاهرت / تيارت‎; Berber: Tahert or Tihert, i.e. “Lioness”) is a major city in central Algeria that gives its name to the wider farming region of Tiaret Province. Both the town and region lie south-west of the capital of Algiers in the western region of the Hautes Plaines, in the Tell Atlas, and about 150 km (93 mi) from the Mediterranean coast. It is served by Abdelhafid Boussouf Bou Chekif Airport.
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Timimoun (Arabic: ﺗﻴﻤﻴﻤﻮن‎) is a town and commune, and capital of Timimoun District, in Adrar Province, south-central Algeria. According to the 2008 census it has a population of 33,060, up from 28,595 in 1998, with an annual growth rate of 1.5%. Timimoun is known for the red ochre color of its buildings.
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Tindouf (Berber: Tinduf, Arabic: تندوف‎) is the main town, and a commune in Tindouf Province, Algeria, close to the Mauritanian, Western Saharan and Moroccan borders. The commune has population of around 160,000 but the census and population estimates do not count the Sahrawi refugees making the population as of the 2008 census 45,966, up from 25,266 in 1998, and an annual population growth rate of 6.3%. The region is considered of strategic sig…
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Tipaza (formerly Tefessedt, Chenoua-Berber: Bazar, ⴱⴰⵣⴰⵔ, Arabic: تيپازة‎) is the capital of the Tipaza Province, Algeria. When it was part of the Roman Empire, it was called Tipasa. The modern town was founded in 1857, and is chiefly remarkable for its ancient ruins and sandy littoral.
Locations Tissemsilt
Tissemsilt (Arabic: تسمسيلت‎) is a municipality in Algeria. It is the capital of Tissemsilt Province and Tissemsilt District.
Locations Tizi Ouzou
Tizi Ouzou or Thizi Wezzu (Berber language: Tizi Wezzu) is a city in north central Algeria. It is among the largest cities in Algeria. It is the second most populous city in the Kabylie region after Bgayet.
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Tlemcen (/tlɛmˈsɛn/ Arabic: تلمسان‎ Tilimsān) is the second-largest city in north-western Algeria after Oran, and capital of the Tlemcen Province. The city has developed leather, carpet and textile industries, which it exports through the port of Rashgun (fr). It had a population of 377,400 at the previous census, while the province had 1,302,000 inhabitants.
Locations Touggourt
Touggourt (Arabic: ﺗﻗﺮت or تڤرت‎, romanized: Tugurt, lit. ’the gateway’ or ‘the gate’) is a city and commune, former sultanate and capital of Touggourt District, in Touggourt Province, Algeria, built next to an oasis in the Sahara. As of the 2008 census, the commune had a population of 39,409 people, up from 32,940 in 1998, and an annual growth rate of 1.8%. Touggourt’s urban area includes the communes of Nezla, Teb…