The city of Tlemcen (English: Tlemcen) is an Algerian city that is ranked second among the Algerian cities. It is the capital of the state of Tlemcen. In 2011, it was the capital of Islamic culture. It is located in the northwest of Algeria, about 600 km to the west of the city of Algiers, the capital The Algerian state, and it is spread in the southern part of the city of Tlemcen, on the outskirts of the Atlas Mountains. The city is also distinguished by its strategic location, which is located on a plateau surrounded by a group of vines and olive trees, although it is close to the Mediterranean region; However, its height reaches 800 m above sea level.