Noun River (Morocco)

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Wadnoon or Wadi Noun (1837) at the Noun River

The Noun River or Wad Noun (Arabic: واد نون) is a river in Morocco and the southernmost permanent watercourse in the country. It is located 70 km north of the Draa River and flows southwest originating in the Anti-Atlas, passing south of Guelmim and meeting the Atlantic Ocean at Foum Asaca in the region of Sbouya.[1][2]

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  1. ^ Robert Rézette (1975). The Western Sahara and the Frontiers of Morocco. p. 54.
  2. ^ Eric Heinze, M. Fitzmaurice (1998). Landmark cases in public international law. p. 107.

Coordinates: 29°9′N 10°2.5′W / 29.150°N 10.0417°W / 29.150; -10.0417