Tizi N'Tacheddirt

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Tacheddirt, looking west. 2004.

Tizi N'Tacheddirt is a small village high up (2314 m) in the Atlas Mountains of Morocco. It is the highest settlement in the Rhirhaia valley, about 4 km further up from Ikkiss.

It has a population of about 200 to 300 people. Access is limited to a steep and winding footpath.

Coordinates: 31°10′N7°51′W / 31.167°N 7.850°W / 31.167; -7.850

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