Algeria

by Shawn A and Saad A

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Algiers is the capital of Algeria (Geographic)

Largest country in Africa is Algeria (Geographic)

GDP of Algeria is $7,500 a year. (Economic)

Economy is a socialist economy, somewhat demand. (Economy)

Republic is the type of government. (Political)

Islam and Roman Catholic are the dominant religions. (Social)

Arabic is one of the main languages in Algeria. (Social)

Political

Interior of the governors palace in the capital of Algeria, Algiers

Economic

Street sellers trading goods in Algeria

Geographic

Physical map of Algeria showing its lakes, rivers, mountains and other natural features.

Social

Arabic, the dominant language of Algerians.

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