In Algeria, the Roman sites located in northern and central region represents a huge tourist deposit, said Monday Italian Agency Ansamed.
"The landscape has not changed since Roman times. These are stretches of hills planted with barley and wheat as around two thousand years ago, Djemila, an Algerian city built in 96 AD by the Roman army," describes the agency on the occasion of the 14th International Show of Tourism and Travel (SITEV).
The place was inhabited until the sixth century, and it "is one of the many archaeological sites of tourist attractions available in Algeria: an unrivaled heritage in Africa and the largest one in the country and the continent, which is now to boost the dormant international tourism for two decades," said Ansamed.
The agency notes that even the day on Friday, which is a public holiday for Muslims, the site is packed with local tourists: women, men, children platoons "observe with admiration and respect the places and friendly behave with foreign visitors."
"The museum hosts extraordinary mosaics representing hunting scenes and others the joyful daily life of people," the agency describes while adding that there are several unique archaeological sites in Algeria, likewise Djemila, Tipasa, Timgad and Tiddis.