Sidi Ifni


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Sidi Ifni

 

a city in southwestern Morocco. Population, 13,700 (1971). Sidi Ifni is a roadstead port on the Atlantic coast. There is handicraft production of rugs, and the city has a number of food-processing enterprises.

The Great Soviet Encyclopedia, 3rd Edition (1970-1979). © 2010 The Gale Group, Inc. All rights reserved.
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Morocco had to fight, first for the freedom of Tarfaya from Spanish rule, which it gained in 1958, and then, for Sidi Ifni.The Spanish were reticent to give up their strongholds in southern Morocco for economic reasons.
A cet egard, on appreciera bien la cerise de Sefrou, la pomme de Midelt, la datte d'Erfoud, le safran de Taliouine, le miel d'Imouzzer Ida Outanane, la figue de barbarie de Sidi Ifni...Tous ces produits locaux sont affectueusement choyes par les citoyens de la vallee et de la montagne qui, a longueur d'annees, sous le soleil de plomb et le froid de canard, font pousser, a coups de reins, les bourgeons murissantes.
Fog fences in a hamlet on the outskirts of the southern coastal city of Sidi Ifni in Morocco.
According 2M, an airbridge had been set up between Sidi Ifni and Guelmim "to provide assistance to populations surrounded by floods".
He is part of a research team studying the Spanish urban colonial heritage in former Spanish territories in Africa: Morocco (including Tetuan), Western Sahara, Equatorial Guinea and Sidi Ifni.
- Souss-Massa-Draa qui comprend la prefecture d'Agadir Ida Outanane, la prefecture d'Inezgane-Ait Melloul et les provinces de Chtouka Ait Baha, Taroudant, Tiznit, Ouarzazate, Zagora, Tinghir et Sidi Ifni. - Gharb-Chrarda-Beni Hssen qui comprend les provinces de Kenitra, Sidi Kacem et Sidi Slimane.
Dawood locates his retelling in the quasi-Martian stretches of Sidi Ifni, a Moroccan surf beach known for what its own mayor describes as "the horror of the landscape." The artist translates unattributed citations from thinkers such as Pierre Clastres and Amiri Baraka into Tamazight, an ancient Berber dialect recognized only recently as one of the country's official languages.
Le report a ete denonce par des familles, des sympathisants et des membres de l'Association marocaine des droits de l'Homme (AMDH) qui a fait etat de la poursuite des arrestations, a Sidi Ifni, oE plus de 12 interpellations ont ete enregistrees cette annee.
Riots have broken out periodically during the last four years with a whole city, Sidi Ifni, erupting in June 2008.
From Marrakech, we bused to the surf town Agadir to meet our friends, then drove together south to Sidi Ifni, an uncrowded beach spot with imposing red stone arches, eroded over eons by the ocean.