ALGERIA – MARCH 19: A girl walks past the entrance of the Al-Harak Hotel in Rabat, Algeria on March 19, 2017 in this still image from video.
(Photo by Fadi Al-Sudani/Reuters) Algiers is a city on the Algerian Mediterranean coast that borders Libya and Syria, but has an extensive desert terrain that’s dotted with archaeological sites and ancient tombs.
Its population is more than two million.
It has a reputation for being extremely conservative, but its culture has also grown over the years, with the country’s first Muslim mayor elected in 2017.
There’s a good chance that the mayor will be a Christian, according to local media reports.
Algierians also have a reputation as being the most conservative nation in Africa, with laws forbidding most forms of dress, and there are laws prohibiting women from working outside the home.
However, some conservative Christians in Algiere have become increasingly liberal over the last few years, in part due to the increasing influence of Islam.
While the country has a population of around 1.3 million, many people don’t believe that Algirian laws apply to them.
Here’s a look at what’s in store for Algiris people in the years to come.