Annaba (Arabic: عنّابة, lit "Place of the Jujubes"; Berber languages: Aânavaen), formerly known as Bona and Bône, is a seaport city in the north-eastern corner of Algeria, close to Tunisia.
Annaba underwent significant growth during the 20th Century. Annaba has a metropolitan area with a higher population density than the other metropolitan areas of the Algerian coastline, such as Oran and Algiers. Much of eastern and southern Algeria uses the services, equipment, and infrastructure of Annaba. Economically, it is the centre for various economic activities, such as industry, transportation, finance, and tourism.
Annaba has a population of over 257,400 people.
Animal Slaughtering | Industrial and Personal Service Paper Merchant Wholesalers | Breakfast Cereal Manufacturing | Legal Counsel and Prosecution | Other Performing Arts Companies | Drugs and Druggists' Sundries Merchant Wholesalers | Miscellaneous Financial Investment Activities | Other Vegetable and Melon Farming | Other Apparel Knitting Mills | Motor and Generator Manufacturing