By Farcom

Zekri Village in The Djurdjura Mountains Algeria

Beautiful view of Kabylie Village in Spring day, The Djurdjura is a massif made up of two differentiated ranges, one in the north with the Haïzer and Akouker subranges and the other in the south. Its highest point, Lalla Khedidja  known in Kabylian as Tamgut Aâlayen, has an elevation of 2,308 metres (7,572 ft) and it is located in the southern range.

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