What is famous for the state of Ouargla is the historical monuments that the region has enjoyed since the ages
(Prehistory to the Islamic era). Among these features are the following: Vargla Palace: A special architecture in which the natural conditions of the region were observed, located in the center of the city of Ouargla, which is considered to be the removal of the existing palaces at the national level.
The Municipal Museum This museum was built in the colonial era in 1936, with material samples dating back to all the historical periods that the city passed from the Stone Age to the Islamic. This museum is located in the center of the city.
The area of Malala and Hassi Muweileh: The oldest area, dating back to 7000 BC, is located about 30 km west of the municipality of Ouargla, with traces and remains of arrows, machets, ostrich eggs …
Anqousa area: It is about 20 km north of Ouargla city and has other ancient monuments dating back to the Islamic period, including the ancient palace, the palm groves and the picturesque sand dunes.
Al-Shat and Ajaj: Two old palaces dating back to the Islamic period, built with bricks, gypsum and palm trees, are located east of Ouargla municipality 12 km away.
Sidi Khuwailid: An ancient palace built by plaster and brick dating back to the twelfth century AD, about 15 km to the east of the Municipality of Ouargla.
Sedratah area: It is an archaeological city buried under the sand, which shows little, and is about 10 km away from the city of Ouargla with Islamic monuments.
Qara Karima: It is a high hill away from the city of Ouargla by 12 km in the south side with the remains of Islamic monuments in the arches of the crowns, and in the plateau deep artesian and from above see the sand dunes as a sea surrounds you.
The office of the tourist office: built in the colonial era of gypsum and local materials, and features a special architecture that brings the viewer after Independence to the library of the municipality and then turned around to a museum of Mujahid.
In addition, there are other archaeological attractions such as the tombs of the kings of Bani Jellab, the palace of Mtawwa, the silo of the Great Mosque in Tikrit, the Citroen Square in the center of Tikrit, Hashemi in the high municipality, the silo and the old palace in Hjira …