Ksar El-Kebir


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Ksar El-Kebir

 

(also Alcazarquivir), a city in Morocco; located on the Loukkos River, in Tétouan Province. Population, 48,300 (1971). Ksar el-Kebir has a railroad station. A trade and handicraft center, it produces fabrics, pottery, and furniture.

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The affected towns included Tinjdad in the eastern region, Ait Milk in the southern Souss-Massa region, Taounate in the northern Rif Mountains, and Ksar el-Kebir in northwest Morocco.Ksar el-Kbir's citizens protested the lack of water by hanging sheepskins on the gate of the region's water distributor, Radeel.