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Departments of Mauritania

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politics and government of
Departments of Mauritania

The Regions of Mauritania are subdivided into 44 departments. The departments are listed below, by region:


  • Adrar Region 1
  • Assaba Region 2
  • Brakna Region 3
  • Dakhlet Nouadhibou 4
  • Gorgol Region 5
  • Guidimaka Region 6
  • Hodh Ech Chargui Region 7
  • Hodh El Gharbi Region 8
  • Inchiri 9
  • Nouakchott-Nord Region 10
  • Nouakchott-Ouest Region 11
  • Nouakchott-Sud Region 12
  • Tagant Region 13
  • Tiris Zemmour Region 14
  • Trarza Region 15
  • See also 16

Adrar Region

Departments of Adrar

Assaba Region

Departments of Assaba

Brakna Region

Departments of Brakna

Dakhlet Nouadhibou

Dakhlet Nouadhibou department

Gorgol Region

Departments of Gorgol

Guidimaka Region

Departments of Guidimaka

Hodh Ech Chargui Region

Departments of Hodh Ech Chargui

Hodh El Gharbi Region

Departments of Hodh El Gharbi


Inchiri department

Nouakchott-Nord Region

Nouakchott-Ouest Region

Nouakchott-Sud Region

Tagant Region

Departments of Tagant

Tiris Zemmour Region

Departments of Tiris Zemmour

Trarza Region

Departments of Trarza

See also

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