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Ksar; Ксар; Ksar; Ksar; Ксар; قصر; ksar; Ksar; クサール; Ksar; Ксар; Qsar; Ksar; ksar; قصر (بني صحراوي); Ksar; ksar; Ksar; álcacer; Ksaras; ⵇⵙⴰⵔ; Ksar; Ksar; ksour; ksar; קסר; ksar; Ksar; Ksar; ksar; قصر; ksar; Ksar; village fortifié en Afrique du Nord; opevnění vesnic v severní Africe; befestigtes Berberdorf; povoado fortificado do Norte de África; North African Maghrebi Arabic term for "fortified village or collective granary"; مستوطنة بشرية; 一种南非马格利布阿拉伯形式的“设防村庄或集中化粮仓”; Noord-Afrikaans type kasteel; ksour; qsar; ksour; 克萨; ksar; ksour
North African Maghrebi Arabic term for "fortified village or collective granary"
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Wikidata Q89691
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English: A Ksar (Berber: Aghrem, Arabic: قصر, qaṣr) — a Berber village in the Maghreb of Northern Africa.
  • They consist of generally attached houses, often having collective granaries and other structures (mosque, bath, oven, shops) that are widespread among the oasis populations of the Maghreb.


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