Sidi Slimane, Morocco
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Sidi Slimane is a small city in the northwestern centre of Morocco in the Rabat-Salé-Kénitra economic region. It is the administrative headquarters for Sidi Slimane Province and is located between the major cities of Kenitra and Meknes.
In 2004 the population was 78,060 inhabitants for the city proper and about 150,000 inhabitants for the urban area.
The economy is mainly focused on agriculture. Its population is mostly of rural migrants. The society is still plagued with major problems such as illiteracy, unemployment and slums. Sidi Slimane is mostly renowned for its quality citrus products. It has three high schools, a public library, a downtown called "filaj" (village in French) and a local stadium.
Sidi Slimane is home to a Moroccan Air Force base, Sidi Slimane Air Base.
- "Sidi Slimane: Nouvelle approche contre l'habitat insalubre (Sidi Slimane: New Approach against slums)" (in French). Sidi Slimane City. 8 November 2010. Archived from the original on 28 May 2014. citing Boumehdi, Ahmed (7 November 2010). "Sidi Slimane: Nouvelle approche contre l'habitat insalubre". Le Matin du Sahara et du Maghreb.
- Thomas, Tay and Thomas, Lowell Jr. (1956) Our Flight to Adventure Doubleday, OCLC 1328511
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