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Vallée du N'fis - Maroc

Le N'Fiss prend sa source sur le flanc oriental du djbel Tichka et coule d'abord vers l'est. Au bas du col du tizi N'Test, il oblique vers le nord-est. La route R 203 qui descend du col en direction de Marrakech emprunte sa vallée, à travers le pays Goundafa ; les kasbahs des Goundafa dominent son cours en amont d'Ijoukak. Après Ouirgane et son barrage, tandis que la R 203 continue vers le nord-est, le N'Fiss se dirige vers le nord, traverse des gorges et alimente la retenue du barrage de Lalla Takerkoust. Au-delà du barrage, il débouche dans la plaine du Haouz et oblique légèrement, puis plus nettement, vers le nord-ouest. Après avoir été franchi par la route de Marrakech à Agadir et Essaouira (N 8), puis par l'autoroute A7, il rejoint le Tensift.

Information extraite de Wikipédia N'Fiss

Copyright: Christian Laheyne
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 28136x14068
Taken: 29/04/2013
Chargée: 06/05/2013
Mis à jour: 05/04/2015
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