Ras el Oued in Wilaya de Bordj Bou Arreridj with its 56,726 habitants is located in Algeria - roughly 124 mi (or 199 km) South-East of Algiers, the seat of the Algerian government.
Local time in Ras el Oued is 03:18 AM (Sunday). The local timezone is "Africa / Algiers" with an UTC/GMT offset of 1 hour.
Taourirt Menguellet, Sidi Embarek, Sétif, Ksar et Til, Khelil, El Achir, Djemila, Bordj Bou Arreridj, Béjaïa, 'Ain Taghrout and 'Ain el Hammam are destinations relativly nearby and could be interesting to discover when around.
According to our records, there are 4 airports in the nearby. The closest airport is Setif Airport with a distance of 27.2 mi (or 43.7 km) south-west of the centre of Ras el Oued. Have a look at our dedicated picture album to get an idea of what this places is like. Need a few ideas for finding things to see and want to get to know more about this place? Check the related Ras el Oued attractions page. The same applies for local and videos.
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