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Tighennif is a town and commune in Mascara Province, Algeria. According to the 2008 census it has a population of 39,938.
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Tighennif or Palikao is a municipality in the state of Mascara, Algeria, located in the northwest of the country. The population, according to the 1998 census, is 55,800 people. Currently, it has about 100,000 inhabitants. And the tower contains two large natural gardens, the big eye and the little eyes, which are two of the most beautiful monuments in the city, where Tighennif has proven it, the faculties of stones filter 100%
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Ist or IST may refer to:
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