Ain Taya is a commune of the Wilaya of Algiers located at 35 km in the east of Algiers-Center. It is a commune with agricultural vocation (60% of its territory) and tourist since it has 8 km of beach.
GeographyIt was built in edge of a cliff escarpée with the foot of which a sand beach end extends. The beach of the city disappears little by little because of work of reinforcement of cliff.
HistoryWith regard to the historic sites of the commune, more the share are dilapidated. The center town is in major part made up of old masonries dating from the French Colonisation, time lasting which the city was especially inhabited by colonists, autochtones having migrated towards Surcouf, a small town in the east of Ain Taya.
the east city creates and ratachée with the commune of Rassauta, 1853
- In 1861, it is ratachée with the commune of Rouiba.
- 1881, creation of the commune of Ain Taya.
- 1984, the commune is ratachée with the Wilaya de Boumrdès
- 1994, it again form part of the Wilaya of Algiers
PopulationA big number of Kabyles lives in this city came since 1871 from several close areas.
BeachesDécaplage in the east, Zerzouria in the west as well as the beaches of Surcouf , Tamaris , Sufren
- One can also notice the old woman church now arranged in room of martial arts and conferences, close to the “Souk el fellah” dating from the “era Boumédiène” (masonry gathering of the stands generally occupied by greengrocers or butchers). But in 2000, a fire devastated this building in ruins already, and since, the luckiest merchants moved outside the masonry by renting buildings in the same street.
- a room omnisport of 2000 places
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