Bir Gandus

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Bir Gandus
Border crossing in Bir Gandus
Border crossing in Bir Gandus
Official seal of Bir Gandus
Seal
Bir Gandus is located in Western Sahara
Bir Gandus
Bir Gandus
Location in Western Sahara
Coordinates: 21°37′N 16°28′W / 21.617°N 16.467°W / 21.617; -16.467
Country Western Sahara
Claimed by  Morocco,
 Sahrawi Arab Democratic Republic
Controlled by Morocco
Population (2004)
 • Total Less than 50

Bir Gandus bi'r qandūz (or Bir Gandouz, Bir Gandús) is a village in Western Sahara, on the border with Mauritania, with a population of less than 50. It holds a Moroccan military post and serves as a passport control on entry or exit to Mauritania.[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Bir Gandus, Western Sahara Page", Falling Rain Genomics

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Coordinates: 21°37′N 16°28′W / 21.617°N 16.467°W / 21.617; -16.467