El Kelâa des Sraghna Province

El Kelâa des Sraghna, or Kelaat Sraghna (Arabic: إقليم قلعة السراغنة) is a province in the Moroccan economic region of Marrakesh-Safi. Its population in 2004 was 754,705.[1] In 2009, its western half was separated to form Rehamna Province.[2]

Kelaat Sraghna

إقليم قلعة السراغنة
Coordinates: 31°2′N 7°24′W
Country Morocco
CapitalEl Kelaâ Des Sraghna
  GovernorMohamed Najib Bencheïkh
  Total4,214 km2 (1,627 sq mi)
Time zoneUTC+0 (WET)
  Summer (DST)UTC+1 (WEST)

The major cities and towns are:[3]


The province is divided administratively into the following:[4]

NameGeographic codeTypeHouseholdsPopulation (2004)Foreign populationMoroccan populationNotes
El Kelaâ Des Sraghna191.01.03.Municipality13722686942768667
Sidi Rahhal191.01.07.Municipality1228635216351
Chtaiba191.03.01.Rural commune1246787407874
Eddachra191.03.03.Rural commune1032675406754
El Aamria191.03.05.Rural commune1337838208382
El Marbouh191.03.07.Rural commune1294758707587
Errafiaya191.03.09.Rural commune780455904559
Hiadna191.03.11.Rural commune1402950109501
Lounasda191.03.13.Rural commune1503956809568
Mayate191.03.15.Rural commune177911504011504
Oulad Aamer191.03.17.Rural commune926608906089
Oulad Bouali Loued191.03.19.Rural commune933603106031
Oulad Cherki191.03.21.Rural commune1019716507165
Oulad El Garne191.03.23.Rural commune1069617406174
Oulad Massaoud191.03.25.Rural commune749477304773
Oulad Msabbel191.03.27.Rural commune852552705527
Oulad Sbih191.03.29.Rural commune970613106131
Oulad Yaacoub191.03.31.Rural commune1152649716496
Oulad Zarrad191.03.33.Rural commune174411228011228
Sidi El Hattab191.03.35.Rural commune1149819108191
Sidi Moussa191.03.37.Rural commune1314926009260
Taouzint191.03.39.Rural commune813511105111
Znada191.03.41.Rural commune1530883018829
Assahrij191.05.01.Rural commune2188141650141651732 residents live in the center, called Assahrij; 12433 residents live in rural areas.
Bouya Omar191.05.03.Rural commune214213640313637
Choara191.05.05.Rural commune1489957709577
Dzouz191.05.07.Rural commune1479952509525
Fraita191.05.09.Rural commune175910555010555
Jbiel191.05.11.Rural commune175110852010852
Jouala191.05.13.Rural commune177111373011373
Laatamna191.05.15.Rural commune169710110010110
Laattaouia Ech-Chaybia191.05.16.Rural commune673389003890
Loued Lakhdar191.05.17.Rural commune1469936209362
M'Zem Sanhaja191.05.19.Rural commune1359925319252
Ouargui191.05.21.Rural commune161510113010113
Oulad Aarrad191.05.23.Rural commune1002649106491
Oulad Khallouf191.05.25.Rural commune1249806408064
Sidi Aissa Ben Slimane191.05.27.Rural commune279517708017708
Sour El Aaz191.05.29.Rural commune684391003910
Zemrane191.05.31.Rural commune247715996015996
Zemrane Charqia191.05.33.Rural commune419827415127414


  1. "Décret n° 2-09-319 du 17 joumada II 1430 (11 juin 2009) modifiant et complétant le dahir n° 1-59-351 du 1er joumada II 1379 (2 décembre 1959) relatif à la division administrative du Royaume" (PDF). Bulletin Officiel (in French). Kingdom of Morocco. 18 June 2009. p. 1025. Retrieved 15 November 2017.
  2. "Recensement général de la population et de l'habitat de 2004" (PDF). Haut-commissariat au Plan, Lavieeco.com. Archived from the original (PDF) on 23 April 2012. Retrieved 27 April 2012.
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