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Agadir is a major city in central coastal Morocco, the capital of Agadir-Ida Ou Tanane province and of the Souss-Massa-Drâa economic region some 508 km to the south of Casablanca, 173 km south of Essaouira and 235 km southwest of Marrakech A majority of its inhabitants speak Amazigh as their mother tongue.


"Agadir" is a book by Artur Lundkvist.

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Google previewThe Rough Guide to First-Time Africa (2011)

by Emma Gregg, Richard Trillo

Agadir If you fly in on a cheap ticket or buy a package, the busy holiday resort of Agadir is an easy introduction to Morocco – and Africa – but you'll want to do some day-trips away from the huge beach. The gorge of Paradise Valley and ...

Google previewDiasporas and Exiles (2002)

Varieties of Jewish Identity by Howard Wettstein

Schroeter Agadir is a southern Moroccan Atlantic resort city with a predominantly Berber population. The Jewish community has dwindled to less than two hundred and its synagogue during most the months of the years rarely has ...

Google previewEven More Journeys of a Lifetime (2017)

by Len Coates

Agadir is a major city in the North African country of Morocco right on the shore of the Atlantic Ocean and is near the foot of the Atlas Mountains, just north of the point where the Sous River flows into the ocean. The first worry to be taken into ...

Google previewTonal placement in Tashlhiyt

How an intonation system accommodates to adverse phonological environments by Timo B. Roettger

As one of the biggest cities in the south, Agadir is a melting pot for people from large parts of southern Morocco's countryside who ...

Google previewwelcome to Morocco

by Mostafa Tawfik

Agadir is a city in south of Morocco, capital of the Souss-Massa-Daraa region. It has a population of 678,596 (2004; census figures for the agglomeration include the near-by cities of Inezgane and Aït Melloul); the population of the city proper ...

Google previewThe American Review of Reviews (1911)

by Albert Shaw

" Agadir is an excellent point to develop the Kaiser's daring scheme to get the lion's share of South American trade.

Google previewReview of Reviews and World's Work (1911)

An International Magazine by Albert Shaw

" Agadir is an excellent point to develop the Kaiser's daring scheme to get the lion's share of South American trade.

Google previewHistorical Dictionary of the Berbers (Imazighen) (2017)

by Hsain Ilahiane

AGADIR (PL. IGUDAR). The term denotes a fortified granary for common use by a number of families with a separate storage for each one of them. This ancient institution served not only for the safe storage of food but also as a stronghold in ...

Google previewA Dictionary of Contemporary World History (2016)

by Christopher Riches, Jan Palmowski

In response to the French occupation of the Moroccan city of Fez, which broke the agreement over Moroccan neutrality reached after the first *Moroccan Crisis, a German gunboat, the Panther, was sent to Agadir, ostensibly to protect German ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of the Age of Imperialism, 1800-1914: A-K (2008)

by Carl Cavanagh Hodge

Agadir Crisis 15 out of French hands. Although the French beat them to the tiny riverside village of Fashoda in 1898, the British, having arrived with an army and a railroad, forced the French to withdraw, precipitating a diplomatic crisis that was ...

Google previewHistorical Dictionary of International Organizations in Africa and the Middle East (2015)

by Terry M. Mays

AGADIR AGREEMENT. Egypt, Jordan, Tunisia, and Morocco signed the Agadir Agreement on 25 February 2004 to establish an Arab free trade zone. The Greater Arab Free Trade Area replaced the agreement when the four signatories of the ...



Aga ölmaz // Aga hamisa agadir//Aga agadir, nökar da nökar4 Aga nadir, ölüm nadir// Sah nadi, ölüm nadi//Aga odda yanmaz, suda da batmaz. 5. Quick at meat, quick at work. Cörayini tez yeyan hamidan cald islayar.

Google previewHistorical Dictionary of the Central African Republic (2005)

by Pierre Kalck

Le mystere d'Agadir [The Agadir Mystery]. Paris: Calmann Levy, 1912. Thomas, Jacqueline. Les Ngbaka de la Lobaye. Le depeuplement rural chez une population forestiere de la Republique centrafricaine [The Ngbaka People of Lobaya.

Google previewIllustrated Encyclopaedia of World History

On the assumption that this was merely a preliminary to 'the partition of Morocco between France and Spain, Germany dispatched the corvette Panther to Agadir ( July), an unmistakable threat of war. pan-Slavism within and without the Empire, ...

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