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File:Metro, suburban train and tramway map of Algiers.png

Deutsch: Karte der Metro, S-Bahn und Straßenbahn von Algier
English: Metro, suburban train and tramway map of Algiers
Français : Plan du métro, RER et tramway d'Alger
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Source Own work, using OpenStreetMap data for the background
Author Maximilian Dörrbecker ( Chumwa)
( Reusing this file)

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Need Assistance!

I don't live in Algiers and the map basically was drawn after some informations from the Web which are often incorrect or very inaccurate. So if you want the network map as accurate as possible too, please announce your error hints and corrections on my German discussion page.

Thank you!

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