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Cities, towns & villages in Dakhla-Oued Ed-Dahab
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AwsardAousserd, Ausert or Auserd is a small town and rural commune in Aousserd Province of the Dakhla-Oued Ed-Dahab region of Western Sahara, disputed between Morocco and the Sahrawi Arab Democratic Republic and under Moroccan control. The number of permanent structures in Aousserd is low, as many residents follow the traditionally nomadic Bedouin lifestyle of the Sahrawis, passing through the town only temporarily and living in tents. At the time of the 2004 census, the commune had a total population of 5832 people living in 225 households. Show Awsardon the map
MijekMijek (also transliterated \"Miyek\" or \"Miyec\"; Arabic: ميجك)‎‎ is a small town in the Río de Oro region of Western Sahara. It is located east of the Moroccan Wall, in the Liberated Territories (controlled by the Polisario Front and administered by the Sahrawi Republic), 80 km north of the Mauritanian town of Zouérat and 250 km. east of Dakhla. It has a hospital, and reportedly a school will be opened during the 2012-2013 academic year. It is the head of the 3rd military region of the Sahrawi Arab Democratic Republic. Show Mijekon the map
States, regions, administrative units in Dakhla-Oued Ed-Dahab
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LagouiraLa Güera (also known as La Agüera, Lagouira, or El Gouera) (Arabic: الكويرة) is a ghost town on the Atlantic coast at the southern tip of Western Sahara, on the western side of the Ras Nouadhibou peninsula, 15 km west of Nouadhibou. It is also the name of a daira at the Sahrawi refugee camps in south-western Algeria. The name comes from the Spanish word Agüera which is a ditch that carries rainwater to crops. By 2002, it had been abandoned and partially overblown by sand, inhabited only by a few Imraguen fishermen and guarded by a Mauritanian military outpost, despite this not being Mauritanian territory.Show on map
MijikMijek (also transliterated \"Miyek\" or \"Miyec\"; Arabic: ميجك)‎‎ is a small town in the Río de Oro region of Western Sahara. It is located east of the Moroccan Wall, in the Liberated Territories (controlled by the Polisario Front and administered by the Sahrawi Republic), 80 km north of the Mauritanian town of Zouérat and 250 km. east of Dakhla. It has a hospital, and reportedly a school will be opened during the 2012-2013 academic year. It is the head of the 3rd military region of the Sahrawi Arab Democratic Republic.Show on map
DakhlaDakhla (Arabic: Spanish: Villa Cisneros, Dajla, Ed-Dakhla) is a city in Western Sahara under Moroccan control. It is the capital of the Moroccan administrative region Dakhla-Oued Ed-Dahab. It has a population of 106,277 and is built on a narrow peninsula of the Atlantic Coast (es:Península de Río de Oro) about 550 km south of Laayoune.Show on map
ImliliImlili ((also transliterated \"Imililik\") is a town in the disputed territory of Western Sahara. It is administered by Morocco as a rural commune in Oued Ed-Dahab Province in the region of Dakhla-Oued Ed-Dahab. In the maps of the early years of the 20th century, it was known as El-Fadj or El-Fuj. At the time of the 2004 census, the commune had a total population of 2311 people living in 474 households.Show on map
AghouiniteAghouinite is a small town in the disputed territory of Western Sahara. It is controlled by the Sahrawi Arab Democratic Republic and is claimed by Morocco as a rural commune in Aousserd Province in the region of Dakhla-Oued Ed-Dahab. At the time of the 2004 census, the commune had a total population of 222 people living in 43 households.Show on map
Bir GandouzBir Gandus bi'r qandūz (or Bir Gandouz, Bir Gandús) is a village in Western Sahara, on the border with Mauritania, with a population of less than 50. It holds a Moroccan military post and serves as a passport control on entry or exit to Mauritania.Show on map
ZougZoug is a small town in the disputed area of Western Sahara. It is controlled by the Sahrawi Arab Democratic Republic and is claimed by Morocco as a rural commune in Aousserd Province of the region of Dakhla-Oued Ed-Dahab. At the time of the 2004 census, the commune had a total population of 833 people living in 149 households.Show on map
TichlaTichla is a small town and rural commune in Aousserd Province of the Dakhla-Oued Ed-Dahab region of Morocco, disputed with Western Sahara. At the time of the 2004 census, the commune had a total population of 6036 people living in 102 households.Show on map
Gleibat El FoulaGleibat El Foula is a town in the disputed territory of Western Sahara. It is administered by Morocco as a rural commune in Oued Ed-Dahab Province in the region of Dakhla-Oued Ed-Dahab. At the time of the 2004 census, the commune had a total population of 2973 people living in 42 households.Show on map
Oum DreygaOum Dreyga is a town in the disputed area of Western Sahara. It is administered by Morocco as a rural commune in Oued Ed-Dahab Province of the Dakhla-Oued Ed-Dahab region. At the time of the 2004 census, the commune had a total population of 3005 people living in 78 households.Show on map
Bir AnzaraneBir Anzarane is a town in the disputed area of Western Sahara. It is administered by Morocco as a rural commune in Oued Ed-Dahab Province in the region of Dakhla-Oued Ed-Dahab. At the time of the 2004 census, the commune had a total population of 6597 people living in 262 households.Show on map
El ArgoubEl Argoub is a town in the disputed territory of Western Sahara. It is administered by Morocco as a rural commune in Oued Ed-Dahab Province of the region of Dakhla-Oued Ed-Dahab. At the time of the 2004 census, the commune had a total population of 5345 people living in 1012 households.Show on map
Oued-Ed-DahabOued Ed-Dahab is a province in the Moroccan economic region of Dakhla-Oued Ed-Dahab, in the disputed territory of Western Sahara. Its population at the 2004 Census was 65,378. Its major town is Dakhla.Show on map
AousserdAousserd is a province in the Moroccan economic region of Dakhla-Oued Ed-Dahab, and the disputed territory of Western Sahara. At the 2004 Census it had a population of 7,689.Show on map
Different buildings in Dakhla-Oued Ed-Dahab
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Dakhla AirportDakhla Airport (IATA: VIL, ICAO: GMMH/GSVO) is an airport serving Dakhla (also known as Dajla or ad-Dakhla, formerly Villa Cisneros), a city in Western Sahara, disputed south province of Morocco. (See Political status of Western Sahara.) The airport is operated by the Moroccan state-owned company ONDA.Show on map