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Map of Algeria showing Khenchela province

Khenchela (Arabic: ولاية خنشلة ) is a wilaya of Algeria. Image File history File links Algeria-Khenchela. ... Arabic (; , less formally, ) is the largest member of the Semitic branch of the Afro-Asiatic language family (classification: South Central Semitic) and is closely related to Hebrew and Aramaic. ... Map of the provinces of Algeria in alphabetical order. ...



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Khenchela (81 words)
City in northeastern Algeria with 110,000 inhabitants (2005 estimate), at the foot of the Aurès Mountains.
It is the capital of Khenchela province with 370,000 inhabitants (2005 estimate) and an area of 9,811 km².
Khenchela is a the market and administrative centre for the surrounding region where forestry is among the central activities.
Khenchela - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (177 words)
Khenchela (Arabic: ولاية خنشلة) is a wilaya of Algeria.
Khenchela is situated in Aures, a mountainous region southeast of the capital Algiers.
Khenchela Laghouat Médéa Mila Mostaganem M'Sila Muaskar Naama Oran Ouargla • Oum el-Bouaghi • Relizane Saida Sétif • Sidi Bel Abbes • Skikda • Souk Ahras • Tamanghasset Tébessa Tiaret Tindouf Tipasa Tissemsilt • Tizi Ouzou • Tlemcen
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