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Taza Province

Taza is a province in the Moroccan economic region of Taza-Al Hoceima-Taounate. Its population at the 2004 Census was 743,237. [1]

The major cities and towns are: [2]

Subdivisions

The province is divided administratively into the following:[1]

Name Geographic code Type Households Population (2004) Foreign population Moroccan population Notes
Aknoul 561.01.01. Municipality 847 4066 1 4065
Guercif 561.01.03. Municipality 10730 57307 110 57197
Oued Amlil 561.01.05. Municipality 1510 8246 0 8246
Tahla 561.01.07. Municipality 4879 25655 3 25652
Taza 561.01.11. Municipality 27798 139686 187 139499
Ajdir 561.03.01. Rural commune 2314 12627 1 12626 1451 residents live in the center, called Ajdir; 11176 residents live in rural areas.
Bourd 561.03.03. Rural commune 1607 9831 0 9831
Gzenaya Al Janoubia 561.03.05. Rural commune 2038 11860 0 11860
Jbarna 561.03.07. Rural commune 622 3456 0 3456
Sidi Ali Bourakba 561.03.09. Rural commune 1856 10500 0 10500
Tizi Ouasli 561.03.11. Rural commune 1516 8385 0 8385 1695 residents live in the center, called Tizi Ouasli; 6690 residents live in rural areas.
Assebbab 561.05.01. Rural commune 948 6721 0 6721
Barkine 561.05.03. Rural commune 1657 11409 0 11409
Houara Oulad Raho 561.05.05. Rural commune 5595 32866 21 32845
Lamrija 561.05.07. Rural commune 2050 13813 13 13800
Mazguitam 561.05.09. Rural commune 1409 9891 0 9891
Oulad Bourima 561.05.11. Rural commune 318 1951 0 1951
Ras Laksar 561.05.13. Rural commune 1491 10708 0 10708
Saka 561.05.15. Rural commune 2879 19547 0 19547
Taddart 561.05.17. Rural commune 3104 20474 1 20473
Bni Frassen 561.07.01. Rural commune 4386 28014 0 28014
Bouchfaa 561.07.03. Rural commune 1694 10703 2 10701
Bouhlou 561.07.05. Rural commune 1461 9259 0 9259
Ghiata Al Gharbia 561.07.07. Rural commune 3401 23447 2 23445
Oulad Zbair 561.07.09. Rural commune 2841 18933 0 18933 4193 residents live in the center, called Oulad Zbair; 14740 residents live in rural areas.
Rbaa El Fouki 561.07.11. Rural commune 1261 8498 0 8498
Ait Saghrouchen 561.09.01. Rural commune 2888 16362 0 16362
Bouyablane 561.09.03. Rural commune 468 3534 0 3534
Maghraoua 561.09.05. Rural commune 1509 10406 0 10406
Matmata 561.09.07. Rural commune 2035 11874 9 11865 2194 residents live in the center, called Matmata; 9680 residents live in rural areas.
Smià 561.09.09. Rural commune 1333 8099 0 8099
Tazarine 561.09.11. Rural commune 483 3465 0 3465
Zrarda 561.09.13. Rural commune 1785 10092 0 10092 3860 residents live in the center, called Zrarda; 6232 residents live in rural areas.
Bni Ftah 561.11.01. Rural commune 1819 12378 0 12378
Brarha 561.11.03. Rural commune 1349 9065 0 9065
El Gouzate 561.11.05. Rural commune 1240 7710 0 7710
Kaf El Ghar 561.11.07. Rural commune 1739 10343 0 10343
Msila 561.11.09. Rural commune 1626 10153 0 10153
Taifa 561.11.11. Rural commune 1468 8808 0 8808
Tainaste 561.11.13. Rural commune 1852 11246 1 11245 1905 residents live in the center, called Tainaste; 9341 residents live in rural areas.
Traiba 561.11.15. Rural commune 1259 8073 0 8073
Bab Boudir 561.13.01. Rural commune 898 6100 1 6099
Bab Marzouka 561.13.03. Rural commune 3173 20846 0 20846
Bni Lent 561.13.05. Rural commune 2188 13678 0 13678
Galdamane 561.13.07. Rural commune 3372 21111 1 21110
Meknassa Acharqia 561.13.09. Rural commune 1266 7532 0 7532
Meknassa Al Gharbia 561.13.11. Rural commune 657 4070 0 4070
Oulad Chrif 561.13.13. Rural commune 1403 10439 0 10439

References

  1. ^ "Recensement général de la population et de l'habitat de 2004". Haut-commissariat au Plan, Lavieeco.com. Retrieved 27 April 2012. 

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