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Coordinates: 17°23′30″N10°21′17″W / 17.39167°N 10.35472°W / 17.39167; -10.35472 [1]
Country Flag of Mauritania.svg Mauritania
Region Hodh El Gharbi
Time zone UTC+1 (West Africa Time)
ISO 3166 code MRT

Togba was a town in southern central Mauritania. Its ruins were discovered in archeological investigations seeking the site of Aoudaghost, which is nearby. [2]

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  1. Map showing Tegdaoust: Fond Typographique Sheet NE-29-VIII 1:200,000 Tamchekket, République Islamique de Mauritanie, archived from the original on 2012-04-26
  2. Holl, Augustin (2006). "Togba"+mauritania&pg=PA145 West African Early Towns: Archaeology of Households in Urban Landscapes. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press. p. 145. ISBN   9780915703616 . Retrieved 2021-12-14.