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a view of the Saline from Peak Monkeys at Bejaia

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On the track leading to peak of monkeys, you can admire the beautiful cove of the saline, Kaous Creek, Cape Carbon, Pointe Sainte Anne… The Barbary Macaque is everywhere present and accustomed to human presence.

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A: a panoramic view from the summit of Peak Monkeys at Béjaïa

by Mustapha SADJI, 10 meters away

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B: from the crest of Gouraya : Viewpoint 2 Bejaia

by Mustapha SADJI, 480 meters away

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C: From Tunnel to Patte d’oie : Viewpoint 2

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D: The great saline at the foot of Mount Gouraya

by Mustapha SADJI, 690 meters away

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E: Great Lighthouse Cornice

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F: a view of Cape Carbon from Black Point Cornice

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G: Cape Bouak from Aiguades cornice

by Mustapha SADJI, 920 meters away

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H: inside the Entrails of Saint Anne Point in the Great Saline

by Mustapha SADJI, 940 meters away

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inside the Entrails of  Saint Anne Point in the Great Saline

I: a view of the Gouraya from the Salines Point in Bejaia

by Mustapha SADJI, 970 meters away

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J: Cliff-road from cape Bouak to the aiguades

by Mustapha SADJI, 1.3 km away

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