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Taourirt Province

 

Taourirt Province

Taourirt is a province in the Oriental Region of Morocco. Its population in 2004 is 206,762 [1]

The major cities and towns are: [2]

Subdivisions

The province is divided administratively into the following:[1]

Name Geographic code Type Households Population (2004) Foreign population Moroccan population Notes
Debdou 533.01.13. Municipality 908 4540 7 4533
El Aioun Sidi Mellouk 533.01.15. Municipality 6379 34767 53 34714
Taourirt 533.01.33. Municipality 14613 80024 104 79920
El Atef 533.03.05. Rural commune 350 2471 0 2471
Oulad M'Hammed 533.03.15. Rural commune 326 2174 0 2174
Sidi Ali Belkassem 533.03.17. Rural commune 1865 13919 1 13918
Sidi Lahsen 533.03.19. Rural commune 1302 9759 5 9754
Ain Lehjer 533.07.03. Rural commune 1443 9210 4 9206
Mechraa Hammadi 533.07.09. Rural commune 1150 7435 1 7434
Mestegmer 533.07.13. Rural commune 1094 6378 1 6377
Tancherfi 533.07.21. Rural commune 1088 7452 0 7452
Ahl Oued Za 533.09.01. Rural commune 2161 14202 5 14197
Gteter 533.09.07. Rural commune 946 6732 0 6732
Melg El Ouidane 533.09.11. Rural commune 1251 7699 1 7698

References

  1. ^ "Recensement général de la population et de l'habitat de 2004". Haut-commissariat au Plan, Lavieeco.com. Retrieved 27 April 2012. 

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