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a river in E Africa, the longest in the world, flowing N from Lake Victoria to the Mediterranean. 3473 miles (5592 km) long; from the headwaters of the Kagera River, 4000 miles (6440 km) long.
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The Nile is a major north-flowing river in northeastern Africa. It is generally regarded as the longest river in the world, however other conflicting sources cite a ...

Nile River | river, Africa | Britannica.com


Oct 5, 2016 ... Nile River, Arabic Baḥr Al-Nīl or Nahr Al-Nīl, river, the father of African rivers and the longest river in the world. It rises south of the Equator and ...

Nile River - Dams and reservoirs | river, Africa | Britannica.com


Oct 5, 2016 ... Nile River, the father of African rivers and the longest river in the world. It rises south of the Equator and flows northward through northeastern ...

Nile River - New World Encyclopedia


Jan 12, 2015 ... East Africa, showing the course of the Nile River, with the "Blue" and "White" Niles .... Without the waters of the Nile River for irrigation, Egyptian ...

The Nile River - An Overview of the History of and Politics of the ...


Nile River Basin -- Statistics and Background Information. The Nile. Area: 3.3 million km ² more than 81,500 km² are lakes and 70,000 km² are swamps.

DP/DT Nile River* | DEME Group


construction year // 1999. dimensions, length o.a., 144.00 m. breadth o.a., 28.00 m. moulded depth, 11.90 m. draught average, 10.56 m. dredging depth, normal ...

Nile River | ASDC


Throughout history, the rising and falling waters of the mighty Nile River have directly impacted the lives of the people who live along its banks. These images of ...

Nile River - Credo Reference


THE NILE RIVER is the longest river in the world and flows northward from its sources in eastern Africa toward the Mediterranean Sea. It spans 4,000 miles ...