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Agadir

Agadir - description of the city:

Agadir is city of Morocco (Region de Souss-Massa-Draa). The population of Agadir: 698,310 people. Geographic coordinates of Agadir: 30.42018 x -9.59815.

Country Morocco
International title Agadir
Population 698,310 people
Timezone Africa/Casablanca
State Region de Souss-Massa-Draa
Geographic coordinates Latitude: 30.42018 x Longitude: -9.59815

Photo Galery Agadir

Places to visit in Agadir

  • Vallee des oisseaux
  • Mosquée Talbourjt
  • Jardin d'Olhao
  • KUKRI MUSEUM
  • Agadir Ouffla
  • Kasbah
  • Fishing Port
  • Marche Municipal
  • Souq
  • Mosquée Charaf

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