Ait Ouriaghel - Geography

Geography

The tribe of the Ait Waryaghar covers a large area in the center of the Rif. The Ait Waryaghar borders on the following tribes:

  • western: Targuist, Ait Boufrah and Ait Itteft
  • eastern: Temsaman and Ait Touzine
  • northern: Ibaqouyenland
  • southern: Gzennaya and Ait Ammart

These are the cities that belong to the tribe of the Ait Waryaghar:

  • Al Hoceima (107.000 residents)
  • Imzouren (28.000 residents)
  • Bni Bouayach (17.000 residents)
  • Ajdir (3500 residents)
  • Ait Hadifa (3000 residents)
  • Tamassint (1800 residents)

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