Nador


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Nador

 

a city in northern Morocco; port on the Mar Chica lagoon of the Mediterranean Sea and capital of Nador Province. Population, 44,200 (1971). Cattle, grain, vegetables, and fruit are exported. Iron ore is mined nearby at Beni bu Ifrur, and an ore-dressing combine was under construction in 1974.

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