English: Bordj Bounaama is a small, mountaineous town of about 25,000 inhabitants in the heart of the Ouarsenis mountains in northwestern Algeria. The city is a commune and a daïra of the wilaya of Tissemsilt. It was known as Moliere during the French occupation of Algeria (1830–1962), and then as Beni Hendel until 1975. The city is elevated 1098 m above sea level and is attached to Sid Aamar (le Grand Pic) of the Ouarsenis mountains, which rises to 1985 m.
Taqbaylit: Burj Bunɛama (s tefrensist: Bordj Bounaama), d taɣiwant n ugzedu n Tisemsilt, zedɣen-tt 18.394 n yimezdaɣen. Deg tallit n tuṭṭfa tafrensist, llan ɣɣaren-as Molière.