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Between the Middle Atlas and the cereal-growing plains of Tadla stretches a narrow strip of rich, damp land known as “dir” (the name means “chest”, illustrating the abrupt way the mountain chain stops at the plain). Here, Beni-Mellal grew up due to the abundant springs around the city, enveloped by orange plantations and a vast olive grove with some fig, pomegranate, apricot and peach trees. The oranges from Beni-Mellal are reputed to be among the best in Morocco.

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  • A dam was built on the Bin-el-Ouidane River, forming a 3,755 ha reservoir that brightens up the surrounding mountainous terrain. This impressive piece of engineering, 1,330m tall and 285m long at the top, produces electricity and irrigates the Tadla ..

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  • Oued el Abib Gorge Interesting

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    Oued el Abib, an active torrent and main tributary of the Oum er-Rbia, has carved a deep 400-600m gorge in the western part of the Middle Atlas mountains. The abrupt red wall of the gorge rises up to the left, but the bottom is not visible. The narro..

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