Moulouya River

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The Moulouya River (Wadi Muluya, ) is a 520 km-long river in Morocco. Its sources are located in the Middle Atlas. It empties into the Mediterranean Sea near Saidia, in Northeast Morocco at about . Water level in the river often fluctuates. The river is used for irrigation. The Moulouya River formed the eastern border of the Rif Republic in the 1920's, a small part of Morocco containing important cities like Sa├»dia and Oujda lying to the east, between the Moulouya and the border with Algeria. Until 1956 the river also formed the eastern border of the Spanish Protectorate of Morocco.

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