What Are the Major Landforms in Egypt?

Some of the major landforms in Egypt include the Nile Valley, Nile Delta, Eastern Desert, Western Desert, Sinai Peninsula, Great Sand Sea and the Red Sea Hills. The country’s chief bodies of waters are the Nile River, High Dam Lake, Gulf of Suez, Lake Qarun and Aswan Lake.

Egypt is located in the northern region of Africa, sharing its borders with Israel, Sudan, Libya and the Gaza Strip. It is surrounded by the Mediterranean Sea and the Red Sea. Egypt is the site of one of the ancient wonders of the world, the Great Pyramid of Giza. Other renowned places in Egypt include the Valley of the Kings, Karnak Luxor Temples, Cairo Museum and the Sphinx of Giza.