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Coordinates: 31°30′N5°01′W / 31.500°N 5.017°W / 31.500; -5.017
CountryFlag of Morocco.svg  Morocco
Region Drâa-Tafilalet
Province Errachidia
  Total43,999 [1]
Time zone UTC+0 (WET)
  Summer (DST) UTC+1 (WEST)

Tinejdad (Arabic : تنجداد; Berber languages : ⵜⵉⵏⵊⴷⴰⴷ) is a city in Errachidia Province, Drâa-Tafilalet, Morocco. According to the 2014 census it has a population of 43,999. [1]

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