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Cities, towns & villages in Oriental
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BerkaneBerkane or (Berber: ⴰⴱⵔⴽⴰⵏ / Aberkane, Arabic: بَركان‎‎) is a city in the northeastern Morocco (Rif) in the area of Trifa, limited by the Mediterranean to its north, the Kiss Oued (Moroccan-Algerian border) and Oujda Province in the east, Nador Province to the west, and Taourirt Province in the south. This county of Berkane is a province that includes under its jurisdiction the town of Saidia and Ahfir. The population of the city is 80,012 (2004 census). They originate primarily from Yat Iznasen, a major tribe which consists of Berber clans. The tribe's descendants are also spread over the rest of eastern Morocco, in cities like Ahfir, Saïdia and Oujda. Because of recent immigration from all over Morocco, the eastern dialect of Moroccan Arabic is spoken by most of the citizens, although Be Show Berkaneon the map
NadorNador (Berber: Ennaḍor, Arabic: الناظور) is a coastal city and provincial capital in the northeastern Rif region of Morocco with a population of about 200,000. It is separated from the Mediterranean Sea by a salt lagoon named Sebkha Bou Areq (Arabic), Bḥar Ameẓẓyan (Berber) or Mar Chica (Spanish) and is 10 kilometres (6.2 mi) south of the Spanish city of Melilla. Nador was founded in the 19th century and was under Spanish colonial rule until Morocco’s independence in 1956. Nador Province has over 600,000 inhabitants, predominantly of Riff-Berber ethnicity. Show Nadoron the map
TaourirtTaourirt (Berber: Tawrirt, Arabic: is a town in Taourirt Province in the northern part of Morocco. Situated in the Oriental region about 100 km west to the city of Oujda. The town is important as a transport link: the main east-west railway from Casablanca - Rabat - Fez in the west to Oujda in the east runs through Taourirt. Also bus lines running from several cities in the Nador province (including the city of Nador) make a stop in the town. Taourirt is also known because of its ancient Kasbah. Show Taourirton the map
JeradaJerada (Berber: ⵊⵔⴰⴷⴰ, Arabic: جرادة, Jrada) is a city in the Oriental region of northeastern Morocco. It is located close to the border with Algeria. Jerada is the capital city of Jerada Province. According to the 2014 census the municipality had a population of 43,506 people living in 8,953 households. Show Jeradaon the map
El AïounEl Aioun Sidi Mellouk or El Aioun is a town in Taourirt Province, Oriental, Morocco. It is located along National Route 6, 50.2 kilometres (31.2 mi) northeast of Taourirt and 58.6 kilometres (36.4 mi) southwest of Oujda. According to the 2004 census it has a population of 34,767.It contains several schools including Lycee Ezzayotune, Ecole Mohamed Belkhayyat and Ecole Route de Jirada in the southeast of the town. College Sidi Makhoukh is located to the northeast, opposite the souk. It also has a hospital, Centre de Sante. Show El Aïounon the map
Oujda-AngadOujda (Berber: ; Arabic: وجدة‎‎) is a city located in the northeastern Rif area of Morocco,with an estimated population of 450,000. It is located about 15 kilometres (9 miles) west of the Algerian border and about 55 km (34 miles) south of the Mediterranean Sea. It is the capital city of the Oriental administrative region of Morocco. Show Oujda-Angadon the map
DriouchDriouch or Eddriwesh (Amazigh: Eddriwec, Arabic: الدريوش) is a town in Morocco and the capital of Driouch Province. According to the 2004 census the town has a population of 14,000. Show Driouchon the map
Oulad AmgharOulad Amghar (Amazigh: Ulad Amghar, ⵓⵍⴰⴷ ⴰⵎⵖⴰⵔ, Arabic: ولاد امغار) is a commune in the Driouch Province of the Oriental administrative region of Morocco. At the time of the 2004 census, the commune had a total population of 6342 people living in 1005 households. Show Oulad Amgharon the map
TemsamaneTemsamane (Amazigh: Temsaman, Arabic: تمسمان) is a commune in the Driouch Province of the Oriental administrative region of Morocco. At the time of the 2004 census, the commune had a total population of 14937 people living in 2928 households. Show Temsamaneon the map
DebdouDebdou is a town in Morocco. It is known for its multi-ethnic population, including Jews and Berbers. The Banu Urtajjen, a Berber family related to the Moroccan dynasty of the Wattasids, had their own semi-independent state here from 1430 until 1563. Show Debdouon the map
BoudinarBoudinar (Amazigh: Budinar, Arabic: بودينار) is a commune in the Driouch Province of the Oriental administrative region of Morocco. At the time of the 2004 census, the commune had a total population of 10504 people living in 1957 households. Show Boudinaron the map
TifarouineTifarouine is a small town and rural commune in Al Hoceïma Province of the Tanger-Tetouan-Al Hoceima region of Morocco. At the time of the 2004 census, the commune had a total population of 5669 people living in 919 households. Show Tifarouineon the map
Hassi BerkaneHassi Berkane is a commune in the Nador Province of the Oriental administrative region of Morocco. At the time of the 2004 census, the commune had a total population of 8113 people living in 1344 households. Show Hassi Berkaneon the map
MidarMidar (Amazigh: Midar, ⵎⵉⴷⴰⵔ, Arabic: ميدار) is a municipality in Driouch Province, Oriental, Morocco. According to the 2004 census it has a population of 17,030. Show Midaron the map
AhfirAhfir (Berber: Aḥfir, ⴰⵃⴼⵉⵔ; Arabic: أحفير) is a town in Berkane Province, Oriental, Morocco. According to the 2004 census it has a population of 19,482. Show Ahfiron the map
SelouaneSelouane (Berber: Seřwan; Spanish: Zeluán) is a town in Nador Province, Oriental, Morocco. According to the 2004 census it has a population of 9,211. Show Selouaneon the map
ZaïoZaio is a municipality located in the province of Nador in north-eastern Morocco. On January 1, 2005 Zaio had a total population of 32,000. Show Zaïoon the map
TiztoutineTiztoutine is a town in Nador Province, Oriental, Morocco. According to the 2004 census it has a population of 4,050. Show Tiztoutineon the map
States, regions, administrative units in Oriental
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BerkaneBerkane or (Berber: ⴰⴱⵔⴽⴰⵏ / Aberkane, Arabic: بَركان‎‎) is a city in the northeastern Morocco (Rif) in the area of Trifa, limited by the Mediterranean to its north, the Kiss Oued (Moroccan-Algerian border) and Oujda Province in the east, Nador Province to the west, and Taourirt Province in the south. This county of Berkane is a province that includes under its jurisdiction the town of Saidia and Ahfir. The population of the city is 80,012 (2004 census). They originate primarily from Yat Iznasen, a major tribe which consists of Berber clans. The tribe's descendants are also spread over the rest of eastern Morocco, in cities like Ahfir, Saïdia and Oujda. Because of recent immigration from all over Morocco, the eastern dialect of Moroccan Arabic is spoken by most of the citizens, although BeShow on map
BerkaneBerkane Province (Berber: Aberkan, ⴱⴻⵔⴽⴰⵏ, Arabic: بَركان) is located in northeastern Morocco in the area of Trifa, bounded by the Mediterranean to its north, the Kiss Oued (Moroccan-Algerian border) and Oujda Perfecture in the east, Nador Province to the west, and Taourirt Province in the south. Berkane Province includes under its jurisdiction the towns of Saïdia and Ahfir. The population of the city is 80,012 (2004 census). The population originate primarily from yat Iznasen, a major tribe which consists of Berber clans. The tribe's descendants are spread over the rest of eastern Morocco, in cities like Ahfir, Saïdia and Oujda. Because of recent immigration from all over Morocco, the eastern dialect of Moroccan Arabic is spoken by most of the citizens, although Berber is still spoken by@en .Show on map
NadorNador (Berber: Ennaḍor, Arabic: الناظور) is a coastal city and provincial capital in the northeastern Rif region of Morocco with a population of about 200,000. It is separated from the Mediterranean Sea by a salt lagoon named Sebkha Bou Areq (Arabic), Bḥar Ameẓẓyan (Berber) or Mar Chica (Spanish) and is 10 kilometres (6.2 mi) south of the Spanish city of Melilla. Nador was founded in the 19th century and was under Spanish colonial rule until Morocco’s independence in 1956. Nador Province has over 600,000 inhabitants, predominantly of Riff-Berber ethnicity.Show on map
SaidiaSaïdia (Arabic: translit. Al-sa'idiyya‎; Berber: ⴰⵊⵔⵓⴷ, Ajrud), known as the \"Blue Pearl\", is a beach in Berkane. It is located in the province Berkane, near the Mediterranean Sea and at the Moroccan-Algierian border. Its 14 km coastline is one of the longest beaches of Morocco and is characterized by its golden sand and Mediterranean climate, making it a popular international tourist destination. It hosts numerous resorts and attractions, including private beach resorts, shopping malls, golf courses, and other sports centers.Show on map
Bni AnsarBeni Ensar or Aït Nsar (Berber: Aït Nṣar or Ayt Nṣar; Arabic: بْني نصار or أيث نصار) is a town in Nador Province, Oriental, Morocco, located 12 km north of the City of Nador. It is bordered on the north by the Spanish-controlled city of Melilla. According to the 2012 census Beni Ensar has a population of 33,188, and its area is 20 hectares (0.2 km²).Show on map
TaourirtTaourirt (Berber: Tawrirt, Arabic: is a town in Taourirt Province in the northern part of Morocco. Situated in the Oriental region about 100 km west to the city of Oujda. The town is important as a transport link: the main east-west railway from Casablanca - Rabat - Fez in the west to Oujda in the east runs through Taourirt. Also bus lines running from several cities in the Nador province (including the city of Nador) make a stop in the town. Taourirt is also known because of its ancient Kasbah.Show on map
Bni DrarBni Drar or Ban-i Drār (Arabic: بني درار) is a municipality in the Oujda-Angad prefecture in the Oriental Region of Morocco. In the country's 2004 census Bni Drar's population was recorded as 8,919, making it the second largest settlement in the prefecture after the city of Oujda. In 1994 its population was 6663 and it is estimated in 2012 that its population is 11,083. It lies on the N2 highway 20 km to the northwest of the regional capital, Oujda, and 17 km southeast of Ahfir. It is near the closed border with Algeria.Show on map
Naima\"Naima\" is a ballad composed by John Coltrane in 1959, and named after his then-wife, Juanita Naima Grubbs. It first appeared on the album Giant Steps, and is notable for its use of a variety of rich chords over a bass pedal. It is mainly made up of a slow, restrained melody, though there is also a brief piano solo. Coltrane recorded \"Naima\" numerous times. \"Naima\" also appears on The Complete 1961 Village Vanguard Recordings, The Complete Copenhagen Concert, Afro-Blue Impressions, Live at the Village Vanguard Again!, among other albums. \"Naima\" has since become a jazz standard.Show on map
JeradaJerada (Berber: ⵊⵔⴰⴷⴰ, Arabic: جرادة, Jrada) is a city in the Oriental region of northeastern Morocco. It is located close to the border with Algeria. Jerada is the capital city of Jerada Province. According to the 2014 census the municipality had a population of 43,506 people living in 8,953 households.Show on map
FiguigFiguig (Amazigh: Ifyyey) is a town in eastern Morocco near the Atlas Mountains, on the border with Algeria. The town is built around an oasis of date palms, called Tazdayt, meaning \"palm tree\" in the Berber language, surrounded by rugged, mountainous wilderness. Modernization has somewhat raised the standard of living, and drawn much of the town's population away, so that it is now struggling to reach stability. Its population in 2014 was 10,872, down from a peak of 14,571 in 1982. The Ksour Range is a mountainous area extending between Figuig and El Bayadh.Show on map
TendraraTendrara is a town in Figuig Province, Oriental, Morocco. According to the 2004 census it has a population of 6,254. The inhabitants are Bedouin Arab of Beniguil tribe. Near Tendrara, there was a labour camp (French: camp de travail) for Jews during the Vichy era. The prisoners who labored there—\u0096Jews from Warsaw, Leipzig, Salzburg, and Bucharest as well as Spaniards and others—lived in tents.\u0094Show on map
Bni ChikerBni Chiker or Aït Chichar (local Berber name: Ayt Ciker, ⴰⵢⵜ ⵛⵉⴽⴻⵔ) is a town in Nador Province, Oriental, Morocco. At the time of the 2004 census it had a population of 4,188. A large proportion of the population is Berber. It is the birthplace of the writer Mohammed Chukri (1935-2003) and of Najat Vallaud-Belkacem, who on 16 May 2012 was appointed Minister of Women's Rights and Government spokesperson in the Ayrault government in France.Show on map
TouissitTouissit is a town in Jerada Province, Oriental, Morocco. According to the 2004 census it has a population of 3429. The Touissit-Bou Beker district is the most important Mississippi Valley-Type (MVT) mining district of Northern Africa. Touissit-Bou Beker is well-known among mineral collectors for fine specimens of Anglesite, cerussite, azurite, vanadinite and other minerals.Show on map
TalsintTalsint is a town in Figuig Province, Oriental, Morocco. According to the 2004 census it has a population of 7,098. Talsint enjoyed huge media coverage in Morocco, when on 20 August 2000, King Mohammed VI announced the discovery of substantial quantities of oil and natural gas reserves in the region. Further research revealed this to be untrue.Show on map
Oujda-AngadOujda (Berber: ; Arabic: وجدة‎‎) is a city located in the northeastern Rif area of Morocco,with an estimated population of 450,000. It is located about 15 kilometres (9 miles) west of the Algerian border and about 55 km (34 miles) south of the Mediterranean Sea. It is the capital city of the Oriental administrative region of Morocco.Show on map
OujdaOujda (Berber: ; Arabic: وجدة‎‎) is a city located in the northeastern Rif area of Morocco,with an estimated population of 450,000. It is located about 15 kilometres (9 miles) west of the Algerian border and about 55 km (34 miles) south of the Mediterranean Sea. It is the capital city of the Oriental administrative region of Morocco.Show on map
Ras El MaRas Kebdana, Ras El Ma or Cabo de Agua, is a town in Nador Province, Oriental, Morocco. It is a seaport, is located in the province of Nador, and it is part of the Rif area in northern Morocco. According to the 2004 census it has a population of 4,532. The town was part of the Kingdom of Nekor around the 8th century AD.Show on map
Ain Bni MatharAin Bni Mathar is a town and municipality in Jerada Province, Oriental, Morocco. It is located 81 km south of Oujda and 36 km from the Algerian border. According to the 2004 census it has a population of 13,526. In 2011 the first Thermo Solar Combined Cycle Power Plant of Morocco has been created near the town.Show on map
TazaghineTazaghine (Amazigh: Tazaghin, Arabic: تزاغين) is a commune in the Driouch Province of the Oriental administrative region of Morocco. At the time of the 2004 census, the commune had a total population of 5032 people living in 910 households. Tazaghine's population is about 11000 people.Show on map
AzlafAzlaf (Amazigh: Azlaf, ⴰⵣⵍⴰⴼ, Arabic: ازلاف) is a commune in the Driouch Province (in the Nador Province before 2009) of the Oriental administrative region of Morocco. At the time of the 2004 census, the commune had a total population of 5337 people living in 1004 households.Show on map
DriouchDriouch or Eddriwesh (Amazigh: Eddriwec, Arabic: الدريوش) is a town in Morocco and the capital of Driouch Province. According to the 2004 census the town has a population of 14,000.Show on map
Oulad BoubkerOulad Boubker (Amazigh: Ulad Bubker, ⵓⵍⴰⴷ ⴱⵓⴱⴽⴻⵔ, Arabic: ولاد بوبكر) is a commune in the Driouch Province of the Oriental administrative region of Morocco. At the time of the 2004 census, the commune had a total population of 5765 people living in 915 households.Show on map
Oulad AmgharOulad Amghar (Amazigh: Ulad Amghar, ⵓⵍⴰⴷ ⴰⵎⵖⴰⵔ, Arabic: ولاد امغار) is a commune in the Driouch Province of the Oriental administrative region of Morocco. At the time of the 2004 census, the commune had a total population of 6342 people living in 1005 households.Show on map
Ain ZohraAin Zohra (Amazigh: Ayn Zuhra, ⴰⵢⵏ ⵣⵓⵀⵔⴰ, Arabic: عين الزهراء) is a commune in the Driouch Province of the Oriental administrative region of Morocco. At the time of the 2004 census, the commune had a total population of 11258 people living in 1754 households.Show on map
IjermaouasIjermaouas (Amazigh: Ijermawas, Arabic: إجرمواس) is a commune in the Driouch Province of the Oriental administrative region of Morocco. At the time of the 2004 census, the commune had a total population of 11288 people living in 1789 households.Show on map
Ait MaitAit Mait (Amazigh: Ayt Mayt, ⴰⵢⵜ ⵎⴰⵢⵜ, Arabic: آيت مائت) is a commune in the Driouch Province of the Oriental administrative region of Morocco. At the time of the 2004 census, the commune had a total population of 7188 people living in 1224 households.Show on map
TemsamaneTemsamane (Amazigh: Temsaman, Arabic: تمسمان) is a commune in the Driouch Province of the Oriental administrative region of Morocco. At the time of the 2004 census, the commune had a total population of 14937 people living in 2928 households.Show on map
DebdouDebdou is a town in Morocco. It is known for its multi-ethnic population, including Jews and Berbers. The Banu Urtajjen, a Berber family related to the Moroccan dynasty of the Wattasids, had their own semi-independent state here from 1430 until 1563.Show on map
BoudinarBoudinar (Amazigh: Budinar, Arabic: بودينار) is a commune in the Driouch Province of the Oriental administrative region of Morocco. At the time of the 2004 census, the commune had a total population of 10504 people living in 1957 households.Show on map
OuardanaOuardana (Amazigh: Waṛḍana, Arabic: واردانا) is a commune in the Driouch Province of the Oriental administrative region of Morocco. At the time of the 2004 census, the commune had a total population of 6921 people living in 1242 households.Show on map
TrougoutTrougout (Amazigh: Trugut, ⵜⵔⵓⴳⵓⵜ, Arabic: تروكوت) is a commune in the Driouch Province of the Oriental administrative region of Morocco. At the time of the 2004 census, the commune had a total population of 11541 people living in 1745 households.Show on map
AmejjaouAmejjaou (Amazigh: Amejjaw, Arabic: ا مجو) is a commune in the Driouch Province of the Oriental administrative region of Morocco. At the time of the 2004 census, the commune had a total population of 5977 people living in 1038 households.Show on map
M HajerM'Hajer (Amazigh: Emhajer, Arabic: امهاجر) is a commune in the Driouch Province of the Oriental administrative region of Morocco. At the time of the 2004 census, the commune had a total population of 3232 people living in 619 households M'hajer is also the birthplace of Najim from the agniesebuurt.Show on map
IferniIferni (Amazigh: Iferni, ⵉⴼⴻⵔⵏⵉ, Arabic: إفرني) is a commune in the Driouch Province of the Oriental administrative region of Morocco. At the time of the 2004 census, the commune had a total population of 7527 people living in 1356 households.Show on map
TafersitTafersit (Amazigh: Tafersit, Arabic: تفرسيت) is a commune in Driouch Province, Oriental, Morocco. The town is situated in the Rif mountains, not far from the Mediterranean. According to the 2004 census it has a population of 3,555.Show on map
TsaftTsaft (Amazigh: Tṣaft, ⵜⵚⴰⴼⵜ, Arabic: طسافت) is a commune in the Driouch Province of the Oriental administrative region of Morocco. At the time of the 2004 census, the commune had a total population of 10284 people living in 1786 households.Show on map
ZeghanghaneSegangan (Berber: Azɣenɣan or Azghenghan, Arabic: أزغنغان) is a town and municipality in the province of Nador, Oriental, Morocco. It is one of the major towns of the province. According to the 2004 census it has a population of 20,181.Show on map
BouarfaBouarfa (Also Bou 'rfa), is a city in north eastern Morocco, in the Oriental Region. According to the 2004 census it had a population of 24,527 The city is the cultural space, geographic and ethnic Beni Guil, an Arab tribe.Show on map
Bni MarghnineBni Mansour is a small town and rural commune in Chefchaouen Province of the Tangier-Tétouan region of Morocco. At the time of the 2004 census, the commune had a total population of 18542 people living in 2468 households.Show on map
KassitaKassita (Berber language: Qasita / ⵇⴰⵙⵉⵜⴰ, Arabic: قاسيتا) is a small town in the Driouch Province in northeastern Morocco, in the Oriental administrative region. According to the 2004 census it has a population of 2,126.Show on map
Sidi Ali BelkassemSidi Ali Belkassem is a small town and rural commune in Taourirt Province of the Oriental region of Morocco. At the time of the 2004 census, the commune had a total population of 13919 people living in 1865 households.Show on map
Melg El OuidaneMelg El Ouidane is a small town and rural commune in Taourirt Province of the Oriental region of Morocco. At the time of the 2004 census, the commune had a total population of 7699 people living in 1251 households.Show on map
Oulad Daoud ZkhanineOulad Daoud Zkhanine is a commune in the Nador Province of the Oriental administrative region of Morocco. At the time of the 2004 census, the commune had a total population of 3666 people living in 750 households.Show on map
Oulad M HammedOulad M'Hammed is a small town and rural commune in Taourirt Province of the Oriental region of Morocco. At the time of the 2004 census, the commune had a total population of 2174 people living in 326 households.Show on map
Ahl Oued ZaAhl Oued Za is a small town and rural commune in Taourirt Province of the Oriental region of Morocco. At the time of the 2004 census, the commune had a total population of 14202 people living in 2161 households.Show on map
Bni Sidel LoutaBni Sidel Louta is a commune in the Nador Province of the Oriental administrative region of Morocco. At the time of the 2004 census, the commune had a total population of 7331 people living in 1475 households.Show on map
Ain LehjerAin Lehjer is a small town and rural commune in Taourirt Province of the Oriental region of Morocco. At the time of the 2004 census, the commune had a total population of 9210 people living in 1443 households.Show on map
Bni Sidel JbelBni Sidel Jbel is a commune in the Nador Province of the Oriental administrative region of Morocco. At the time of the 2004 census, the commune had a total population of 9623 people living in 1890 households.Show on map
Oulad SettoutOulad Settout is a commune in the Nador Province of the Oriental administrative region of Morocco. At the time of the 2004 census, the commune had a total population of 22173 people living in 3875 households.Show on map
Bni BouifrourBni Bouifrour is a commune in the Nador Province of the Oriental administrative region of Morocco. At the time of the 2004 census, the commune had a total population of 17090 people living in 3537 households.Show on map
TancherfiTancherfi is a small town and rural commune in Taourirt Province of the Oriental region of Morocco. At the time of the 2004 census, the commune had a total population of 7452 people living in 1088 households.Show on map
MestegmerMestegmer is a small town and rural commune in Taourirt Province of the Oriental region of Morocco. At the time of the 2004 census, the commune had a total population of 6378 people living in 1094 households.Show on map
Hassi BerkaneHassi Berkane is a commune in the Nador Province of the Oriental administrative region of Morocco. At the time of the 2004 census, the commune had a total population of 8113 people living in 1344 households.Show on map
IaazzaneneIaazzanene is a commune in the Nador Province of the Oriental administrative region of Morocco. At the time of the 2004 census, the commune had a total population of 11815 people living in 2305 households.Show on map
IhaddadeneIhaddadene is a commune in the Nador Province of the Oriental administrative region of Morocco. At the time of the 2004 census, the commune had a total population of 26582 people living in 5119 households.Show on map
El AtefEl Atef is a small town and rural commune in Taourirt Province of the Oriental region of Morocco. At the time of the 2004 census, the commune had a total population of 2471 people living in 350 households.Show on map
GteterGteter is a small town and rural commune in Taourirt Province of the Oriental region of Morocco. At the time of the 2004 census, the commune had a total population of 6732 people living in 946 households.Show on map
ArekmaneArekmane is a commune in the Nador Province of the Oriental administrative region of Morocco. At the time of the 2004 census, the commune had a total population of 18998 people living in 3720 households.Show on map
BouargBouarg is a commune in the Nador Province of the Oriental administrative region of Morocco. At the time of the 2004 census, the commune had a total population of 23379 people living in 4385 households.Show on map
IksaneIksane is a commune in the Nador Province of the Oriental administrative region of Morocco. At the time of the 2004 census, the commune had a total population of 9001 people living in 1744 households.Show on map
AfsouAfsou is a commune in the Nador Province of the Oriental administrative region of Morocco. At the time of the 2004 census, the commune had a total population of 3413 people living in 493 households.Show on map
MidarMidar (Amazigh: Midar, ⵎⵉⴷⴰⵔ, Arabic: ميدار) is a municipality in Driouch Province, Oriental, Morocco. According to the 2004 census it has a population of 17,030.Show on map
AklimAklim is a town in Berkane Province, Oriental, Morocco. According to the 2004 census it has a population of 8,969. Nearby is one of the sites considered for the European Extremely Large TelescopeShow on map
Dar El KebdaniDar El Kebdani (Amazigh: Dar El kebdani, ⴷⴰⵔ ⴻⵍ Arabic: دار الكبداني) is a town in Driouch Province, Oriental, Morocco. According to the 2014 census it has a population of 9,911.Show on map
NadorNador is a province in the Oriental Region of Morocco. Its population in 2004 was 728,634. It is situated east from Driouch Province and west from Berkane Province.Show on map
AhfirAhfir (Berber: Aḥfir, ⴰⵃⴼⵉⵔ; Arabic: أحفير) is a town in Berkane Province, Oriental, Morocco. According to the 2004 census it has a population of 19,482.Show on map
SelouaneSelouane (Berber: Seřwan; Spanish: Zeluán) is a town in Nador Province, Oriental, Morocco. According to the 2004 census it has a population of 9,211.Show on map
ZaioZaio is a municipality located in the province of Nador in north-eastern Morocco. On January 1, 2005 Zaio had a total population of 32,000.Show on map
Al AarouiAl Aaroui (Berber: Aɛarwi) is a town in Nador Province, Oriental, Morocco. According to the 2004 census it has a population of 36,021.Show on map
MadaghMadagh, Morocco is a town in Berkane Province, Oriental, Morocco. According to the 2004 census it has a population of 2312.Show on map
Ain ErreggadaAin Erreggada is a town in Berkane Province, Oriental, Morocco. According to the 2004 census it has a population of 2,983.Show on map
JeradaJerada is a province in the Oriental Region of Morocco. Its population in 2004 is 105,840 The major cities and towns are: \n* Ain Bni Mathar \n* Jerada \n* Oued Heimer \n* Sidi Boubker \n* TouissitShow on map
FiguigFiguig is a province in the Oriental Region of Morocco. Its population in 2004 is 129,430 The major cities and towns are: \n* Bni Tadjite \n* Bouanane \n* Bouarfa \n* Figuig \n* Talssint \n* TendraraShow on map
Bni TadjiteBni Tadjite is a town in Figuig Province, Oriental, Morocco. According to the 2004 census it has a population of 8,029.Show on map
BouhdilaBouhdila is a town in Berkane Province, Oriental, Morocco. According to the 2004 census it has a population of 16,145.Show on map
TiztoutineTiztoutine is a town in Nador Province, Oriental, Morocco. According to the 2004 census it has a population of 4,050.Show on map
FarkhanaFarkhana is a town in Nador Province, Oriental, Morocco. According to the 2004 census it has a population of 10,994.Show on map
BouananeBouanane is a town in Figuig Province, Oriental, Morocco. According to the 2004 census it has a population of 3,254.Show on map
JaadarJaadar is a town in Nador Province, Oriental, Morocco. According to the 2004 census it has a population of 9,497.Show on map
AghbalAghbal is a town and commune in Tipaza Province in northern Algeria.Show on map
Different buildings in Oriental
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Nador International AirportNador International Airport (Berber: Anafag n Ennaḍor Aɛarwi; Arabic: مطار الناظور (IATA: NDR, ICAO: GMMW), is an international airport serving Nador, a city in the Oriental region in Morocco. It is also known as Arwi Airport. An initial airport was created in 1931 in the village of Tawima (south of Nador town) and was the primary airport for Melilla, (now) a Spanish enclave to the north. Following the independence of the Morocco, Melilla began steps in creating an airport within Spanish control. In 1969 Melilla Airport opened to provide air travel within the Spanish enclave.Show on map