The countries that the Nile River runs through include Egypt, Zaire, Kenya, Tanzania, Rwanda, Burundi, Sudan, Uganda and Ethiopia. The Nile River begins at Lake Victoria in Uganda and ends at Lake Tana in Ethiopia. Its m... More »

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 »

The Nile river is close to 4,300 miles long, reaching a maximum width of 2 miles. It is generally accepted as the longest river in the world. The Nile river flows through Northeastern Africa and the countries of Kenya, E... 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 »

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 »

The system known as the Nile River flows through the countries of Tanzania, Uganda, Rwanda, Burundi, the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Kenya, Ethiopia, Eritrea, South Sudan, Sudan and Egypt. The countries through whi... More »

The Nile River is located in the continent of Africa, and it flows through the countries of Ethiopia, Uganda, Egypt, Burundi and Sudan. The Nile River is the longest river in the world, at 4,160 miles, or 6,670 kilometer... More »