Ifni
geographical name former territory SW Morocco; administered by Spain 1934-69 capital Sidi Ifni

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  • Ifni — es un territorio del suroeste de Marruecos, antigua provincia española, perteneciente actualmente a la provincia de Tiznit. Tiene una extensión de 1.502 km² y unos 54.000 habitantes. Capital : Sidi Ifni Se trata de una franja de tierra de unos… …   Enciclopedia Universal

  • Ifni — région du S. O. du Maroc, sur la côte atlant. Cédée à l Espagne (1860), elle ne fut rendue au Maroc qu en 1969 …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • Ifni — /ˈifni/ (say eefnee) noun a former Spanish province on the north western coast of Africa, now part of Morocco. 1502 km2 …   Australian English dictionary

  • Ifni — [ēf′nē] region of SW Morocco: formerly a Spanish province …   English World dictionary

  • Ifni — Localización de Ifni. Mapa donde aparecen los …   Wikipedia Español

  • Ifni — 29.366666666667 10.183333333333 Koordinaten: 29° 22′ 0″ N, 10° 11′ 0″ W …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Ifni — 29°22′N 10°11′W / 29.367, 10.183 Ifni 1958 – 1969 …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Ifni — Infobox Former Subdivision conventional long name = Ifni common name = Spanish West Africa subdivision = Province nation = Spain era = event start = year start = 1958 date start = January 12 event end = Returned to Morocco year end = 1969 date… …   Wikipedia

  • Ifni — /eef nee/, n. a former Spanish enclave on the W coast of Morocco, ceded to Morocco 1969. * * * Region, southwestern Morocco. Located on the coast of the Atlantic Ocean, it has an area of some 580 sq mi (1500 sq km). It was settled in 1476 by… …   Universalium

  • Ifni — Ịfni,   ehemalige spanische Enklave und Überseeprovinz an der südmarokkanischen Atlantikküste, 1 500 km2, etwa 53 000 Einwohner. Hauptstadt war Sidi Ifni (19 700 Einwohner). Im 15./16. Jahrhundert schon einmal in spanischen Besitz. 1860 von… …   Universal-Lexikon

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