What is the difference between Upper and Lower Egypt?

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Ancient Egypt was divided into two separate kingdoms based on geography. Lower Egypt was actually further north and contained the Nile delta. Upper Egypt was much larger but contained much more arid land than the fertile Lower Egypt. The names are derived from the flow of the Nile River, which flows north to the Mediterranean Sea.
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