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Coordinates: 19°2′N16°14′W / 19.033°N 16.233°W / 19.033; -16.233 Coordinates: 19°2′N16°14′W / 19.033°N 16.233°W / 19.033; -16.233
Country Flag of Mauritania.svg Mauritania
Region Inchiri

Tikattane is a coastal town in western Mauritania. It is located in Akjoujt department in the Inchiri Region

Mauritania Islamic republic in Northwest Africa

Mauritania is a country in Northwest Africa. It is the eleventh largest sovereign state in Africa and is bordered by the Atlantic Ocean to the west, Western Sahara to the north and northwest, Algeria to the northeast, Mali to the east and southeast, and Senegal to the southwest.

Nearby towns and villages include El Mamghar (25.6 nm), Regbet Thila (26.5 nm), Iouik (50.1 nm), Akjoujt (113.2 nm), Portendick (27.8 nm) and Tanit (27.1 nm).

El Mamghar Place in Inchiri, Mauritania

El Mamghar is a small village in western Mauritania. It is located in the Inchiri region.

Iouik Place in Dakhlet Nouadhibou, Mauritania

Iouik, also spelled Iwik, is a coastal town in western Mauritania. Located in the Banc d'Arguin National Park within the Dakhlet Nouadhibou region, it sits on a small peninsula.

Akjoujt Place in Inchiri, Mauritania

Akjoujt is a small city in western Mauritania. It is the capital of Inchiri region. "Akjoujt" (ɑk'ʤuʤt) means 'wells'. The city's main industry is gold and copper mining.

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