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Saturday, 1 July 2017

Postcard from Algeria.



The rock carving of Weeping cow  on the imposing solitary gigantic rock boulder amidst sand dunes near Djanet dates back to approximately 10000 years.
The region of Djanet has been inhabited since Neolithic times. There were periods of ten thousand years at a time that the area was not desert. The flora and fauna were luxuriant as is seen in the numerous rock paintings of Tassili n'Ajjer around Djanet. 
Stamp 2012-The 50th Anniversary of Independence
Stamp 2015- Definitives - Fort of the Water
Stamp 2016- Flora - Medicinal Plants
Stamp 2017- Theatres


 THE KSAR OF MELIKA -- TOMB AND MAUSOLEUM OF SHEIKH SIDI AÏSSA, Algeria.
The tombs of Sheik Abu Mahdi ben Aissa Smail, and his disciples are in the north of Ksar of Melika, within a large cemetery regarded as a true city of the dead.In front of these tombs is spread an area for prayer where Melika people gather at the funeral and "ziyara" or visit. This one is held annually in the spring by "Azzaba" (council of elders), and consists essentially of local history and disclose to perpetuate knowledge of the collective memory.
Stamp 2016- Professional Education and Teaching
Stamp 2017- Theatres
Thank you Habib for the nice cards and stamps.

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