490 ft (150 m)
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Hajeb El Ayoun (حاجب العيون) is a town and commune in the Kairouan Governorate, Tunisia. As of 2004 it had a population of 9,648. Attached to the governorate of Kairouan, it is a town of 9648 inhabitants in 2004. It is also the capital of a district of 35,403 inhabitants.
It is located at 35° 23′N, 9° 32′E and across fields from the west shores of Sidi Saad lake having the largest dam in Tunisia, which enables agricultural irrigation in the surrounding fields. The economy includes olive and apricot production.
Ruins near the town have tentatively been identified with the remains of a Roman era town of Masclianae.