El Feidja National Park

El Feidja National Park

El Feidja National Park is a national park located in northwest Tunisia near the border with Algeria. The park is characterized by its beautiful and picturesque landscapes, as it includes a group of mountains, natural springs, and lakes, and is characterized by the spread of forests that cover most of the park area.
The park is home to many animals, especially the Barbary stag (Atlas deer), the African golden wolf and the North African boar, as well as birds and reptiles. The area also gains archaeological importance, as it includes archaeological remains from the Neolithic period and the later Numidian periods.

El Feidja National Park was submitted in 2008 to the UNESCO Tentative List in Tunisia.
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UNESCO

Tentative List

2008

El Feidja National Park

Date of Submission

2008