Al Fida - Mers Sultan

Al Fida - Mers Sultan

Al Fida - Mers Sultan est une des préfectures d'arrondissement de Casablanca. Sa superficie est de 17,9 km² et sa population de 332 682 habitants (recensement 2004). Elle dispose de deux arrondissements.

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Articles détaillés : Arrondissement El Fida et Arrondissement Mers Sultan.


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