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Coordinates: 35°08′21″N6°18′31″E / 35.1392°N 6.30861°E / 35.1392; 6.30861
Country Algeria
Province Batna
Time zone UTC+1 (West Africa Time)

Tkoutt (in the Berber language: Tkukt or Kukt or ⵝⴾⵓⴾⵝ) is a town in north-eastern Algeria.

Coordinates: 35°08′21″N6°18′31″E / 35.13917°N 6.30861°E / 35.13917; 6.30861

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