Settat (Arabic: سطات, romanized: siṭṭāt, Berber languages: ⵥⴻⵟⵟⴰⵜ, romanized: ẓeṭṭat) is a city in Morocco between the national capital Rabat and Marrakesh. Settat is located 83.9 km by road south of the centre of Casablanca, roughly an hour's drive. It is the capital of Settat Province and is its largest city in both size and population. According to the 2014 Moroccan census, it had a population of 142,250 people, up from 116,570 people in the 2004 census. Settat is 370m above sea level, built on a plateau surrounded by foothills in all directions. The antiquities of Settat include the very old Ismailiya Kasbah distinguished by the statue of a steed which lies at the center of the city.
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