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The Nile Delta marks the location in northern Egypt where the Nile River empties into the Mediterranean Sea. Because most rivers deposit silt in the shape of a triangle, resembling the Greek letter delta, the mouth of a ... More »

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The Nile River, one of the longest river systems in the world, begins with six cataracts that flow into a narrow valley-river section, then spreads out into the marshy Nile Delta near the Mediterranean Sea. Up to 90 perc... More »

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The Nile River begins just south of the Equator, flows northward through Egypt, Sudan, Uganda, Ethiopia, Zaire, the Sahara Desert, Kenya, Tanzania, Eritrea, Burundi, and Rwanda and ends at the Mediterranean Sea after flo... More »

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Located near the Nile River and the Pyramids of Giza, Cairo, Egypt, is in the northern part of the country, about 100 miles from the Mediterranean Sea and 75 miles from the Suez Canal. Its rapid growth since 1952 means m... More »

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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, Hi... More »

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The Nile River travels through 10 countries in Africa, including Eritrea, Kenya, Burundi, Uganda, Congo, Tanzania, Ethiopia, Sudan, Egypt and Rwanda. In total, the river spans approximately 4,132 miles. More »

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The six cataracts of the Nile River are shallow stretches where boulders break up the water like white water rapids. Counting from north to south, the first is located in Egypt, and the rest are located in Sudan. In geog... More »

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