A Kabyle wedding in France
The Kabyle (Iqvayliyen) people are the largest homogeneous Algerian ethno-cultural and linguistical community and the largest nation in North Africa to be considered exclusively Berber.
Their traditional homeland is Kabylia (or Kabylia) in the north of Algeria, one hundred miles east of Algiers.
Tradionally, they have also had a strong presence in the Algérois (Algiers region). There are also, due to emigration during the 19th and 20th centuries, large Algerian-Kabyle (or Kabyle) communities in France and to a lesser extent in Canada.