Algier Dialect

الأمير الصغير — in Algerian Arabic.

Algerian Arabic, also known as Darija, is a dialect of Arabic spoken in Algeria and parts of Tunisia and Morocco. Algerian Arabic has distinct characteristics that set it apart from other Arabic dialects, since it is influenced by the unique history and culture of Algeria and the wider Maghreb region. The language has been shaped by the region’s diverse cultural influences, including those of the Berber people and the French colonisation.