Diabat

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Village of Diabat seen from the North, from Essaouira.
The new golf course in front of Diabat (under construction).

Diabat is a village in western Morocco near the coast of the Atlantic Ocean about five kilometres south of the city of Essaouira. (Ellingham, 2007) The Bordj El Berod is a ruined watchtower located somewhat south of the mouth of Oued Ksob (Hogan, 2007) near about one kilometre west of Diabat.

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References[edit]

  • Mark Ellingham (2007) The Rough Guide to Morocco, London, England ISBN 1-84353-313-8
  • [1] C. Michael Hogan, Mogador: Promontory fort, The Megalithic Portal, edited by Andy Burnham, 2007

Literature[edit]

  • TAST, Brigitte; TAST, Hans-Juergen. Still the wind cries Jimi. Hendrix in Marokko, Schellerten, 2012, ISBN 978-3-88842-040-5

Coordinates: 31°29′N 9°46′W / 31.483°N 9.767°W / 31.483; -9.767