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North African Meghrebi Arabic term for "castle"
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Ksar (es); ksar (fr); Ksar (hr); ksar (ca); Ksar (de-ch); Ksar (de); Ксар (be); قصر (fa); Ksar (en-ca); Ksar (da); Ksaras (lt); クサール (ja); Ksar (it); קסר (he); Ksar (sv); Ksar (pl); ksour (nb); ksar (nl); Ксар (ru); Ксар (uk); Ksar (sk); Ksar (oc); ksar (en); قصر (ar); ksar (cs); ksar (en-gb) North African Meghrebi Arabic term for "castle" (en); مستوطنة بشرية (ar); befestigtes Berberdorf (de); Noord-Afrikaans type kasteel (nl) ksour (en)
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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