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Tlemcen (Arabic: تلمسان) is a province (wilayah) of Algeria. The capital is Tlemcen. Other cities include Ain Youcef, Mansourah,Beni mester,Zalboune,Sabra,Bouhallou,Tameksalet,[[Beni bahdal,Zahra,Tefessra,Khemis,Sidi medjahed,Maghnia,sidi boujnane,souani,ghazouet ,Honaine,Nedroma,mehraz,remchi,henaya, Ain Fezza and Bensekrane. And the oldest villages in Tlemcen are 4 Tlemcen EastBeni aad Tlemcen north Takbalet Tlemcen west Tameksalet and Tlemcen southTafezra those 4 villages were the first Tlemcenian villages and built in 0310 and [[ Tilimcen is an Arabic name and was the first city in Algeria and North Africa.The first inhabitants were Arab and they came from Syria in 0300 about 200 year in Algeria before Barbars of Yemen .References European and arab libraries. Image File history File links Map of Algeria showing Tlemcen province. ... Arabic ( or just ) is the largest living member of the Semitic language family in terms of speakers. ... A wilāyah (Arabic: ولاية) or vilayet (Turkish: vilâyet) or (ولایت in Persian) is an administrative division, usually translated as province. ... This article or section does not cite its references or sources. ... Al Mansurah Al Mansurah (also spelled as Mansoura) (Arabic: المنصورة ), with a population of 420,000. ... Sabra may refer to: Sabra (comics), a fictional female superhero in Marvel Comics Sabra (moth), a moth genus Sabra (person), a native-born Israeli Jew Sabra Refugee Camp, a Palestinian refugee camp near Beirut, Lebanon, scene of the Sabra and Shatila Massacre Autocars Co. ... Ahmad ben Bella, a founding member of the FLN, the first President of independent Algeria was born here in a Sufi family in 1916. ... Nedroma (Arabic: ‎) is a city in Tlemcen Province, Algeria, at . ...

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Tlemcen - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (805 words)
Tlemcen was founded by the Romans in the 4th century C.E. under the name of Pomaria as a military outpost on the Berber frontier, in the province of Mauretania Caesariensis.
Tlemcen was the capital of the Abd-el-Wadid (Ziyyanids) kingdom of Tlemcen, whose flag was a blue crescent pointing upwards on a white field.
In 1553, the kingdom of Tlemcen came under the protection of the Ottoman Empire, which was fighting a naval war against the Spaniards across the Mediterranean, and the Kingdom of Tlemcen became another vassal of the Sultan in Constantinople.
Article about "Tlemcen" in the English Wikipedia on 24-Apr-2004 (739 words)
Tlemcen is a town in Northwestern Algeria, and the seat of government in Tlemcen Province.
Tlemcen was founded by the Romans in the 4th century C.E. as a military outpost on the Berber frontier.
Tlemcen and the Algerian provinces gained effective independence in their own affairs in 1671, although Tlemcen was no longer the seat of government that it once was, and its grandeur was much reduced from the days of its great kings.
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