Théniet El Abed District

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Théniet El Abed District

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Théniet El Abed District
Coordinates: 34°14′49″N6°11′26″E / 34.24694°N 6.19056°E / 34.24694; 6.19056
CountryFlag of Algeria.svg  Algeria
Province Batna Province
Time zone UTC+1 (CET)

Théniet El Abed District is a district of Batna Province, Algeria.


The district further divides into three municipalities.

Coordinates: 35°14′49″N6°11′26″E / 35.24695°N 6.19062°E / 35.24695; 6.19062

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