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Algeria ranks 8,403rd in number of biographies on Pantheon, behind Khvorostyanka, Alabama, and Sokoto Caliphate. Memorable people born in Algeria include Youcef Reguigui. Memorable people who died in Algeria include Hezârfen Ahmed Çelebi and Pierre Charles Fournier de Saint-Amant. Algeria has been the birth place of many cyclists and the death place of many pilots and chess players. Algeria is located in Algeria.

Algeria, officially the People's Democratic Republic of Algeria, is a country in the Maghreb region of North Africa. It is the largest country by total area in Africa, and by extension, the Arab world, and is bordered to the northeast by Tunisia; to the east by Libya; to the southeast by Niger; to the southwest by Mali, Mauritania, and Western Sahara; to the west by Morocco; and to the north by the Mediterranean Sea. The country has a semi-arid geography, with most of the population living in the fertile north and the Sahara dominating the geography of the south. Algeria covers an area of 2,381,741 square kilometres (919,595 sq mi), making it the world's tenth largest nation by area. With a population of 44 million, and is the ninth-most populous country in Africa. The capital and largest city is Algiers, located in the far north on the Mediterranean coast. Read more on Wikipedia

In 1990, Algeria was the birth place of 1 globally memorable people, including Youcef Reguigui. Additionaly, 2 globally memorable people have passed away in Algeria including Hezârfen Ahmed Çelebi and Pierre Charles Fournier de Saint-Amant. Interestingly, more notably known people have passed away in Algeria than were born there.

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People Deceased in Algeria

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Most individuals born in present day Algeria were cyclists (1),  while most who died were pilots (1) and chess players (1).