Beni Ansar

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Beni Ensar
Aït Nṣar / بْني نصار
ⴰⵢⵝ ⵏⵚⴰⵔ أيث نْصار
Town
Ait Nsar, Nador, Morocco.JPG
Coordinates: 35°15′40″N 2°55′51″W / 35.26111°N 2.93083°W / 35.26111; -2.93083
Country  Morocco
Region Oriental
Province Nador Province
Government
 • Mayor [Toufik OUASS]
Elevation 37 m (121 ft)
Population (2004)
 • Total 33,188
Time zone WET (UTC+0)
 • Summer (DST) WEST (UTC+1)

Beni Ensar (Berber: Aït Nṣar or Ayt Nṣar; Arabic: بْني نصار or أيث نصار) is a town in Nador Province, Oriental, Morocco, located 12 km north of the City of Nador. It is bordered on the north by the Spanish-controlled city of Melilla. According to the 2012 census Beni Ensar has a population of 33,188,[1] and its area is 20 hectares (0.2 km²).

The port of Beni Ensar is one of the main ports of Morocco, serving the city of Nador (Beni Ansar port is usually referred to as Nador Port). The urban area is bordered on the west by Mount Gurugu (Adrar n Gurugu) and a highway, and on the east by the Lagoon of Nador (Mar Chica or Řebḥar Ameẓẓyan), the railway, and the industrial zone around the port.

References[edit]

  • Nador Rif News شبكة أخبار الناظور و الريف أريفينو.نت ; www.ariffino.net

Coordinates: 35°16′00″N 2°56′00″W / 35.266701°N 2.9333°W / 35.266701; -2.9333