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Souira Guedima

Souira Guedima
Description of the "Souia Qadima" fortress, in Edmond Doutté (1867-1926)
Description of the "Souia Qadima" fortress, in Edmond Doutté (1867-1926)
Location in Morocco

Coordinates: 32°2′N 9°20′W / 32.033°N 9.333°W / 32.033; -9.333{{#coordinates:32|2|N|9|20|W|type:city_region:MA|| | |name=

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Country 23x15px Morocco
Time zone WET (UTC+0)
 • Summer (DST) WEST (UTC+1)

Souira Guedima, formerly known as Aguz, is a Moroccan town 36 km south of Safi, at the mouth of the Tensift River on the Atlantic seacoast. Guedima may also be spelt Kadima, Kdima, Qadima (best English transliteration), or Qdima. Aguz may also be spelt Agouz, Gouz or Couz.

History

The town was an important port in the 11th century, serving the city of Aghmat which was inland 3 days journey to the east.[1]

Portuguese fortress

Between 1506 and 1525 the stronghold of Aguz was an enclave under Portuguese colonial rule, as were various other Moroccan towns, such as Safim (Safi) (1488–1541) .

It was governed by the following Portuguese Captains :

The fort

Notes

  1. Al Bakri, Kitāb al-Masalik wa'l-Mamalik, French translation by M. de Slane, Paris

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Coordinates: 32°02′N 9°20′W / 32.033°N 9.333°W / 32.033; -9.333{{#coordinates:32|02|N|9|20|W|region:MA_type:city|| |primary |name= }}


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