7 facts about River Nile


Posted by Anmol | Posted in Uncategorised | Posted on 11-09-2017

1. The Nile River is the longest river in the world.

2. The Nile flows into the Mediterranean sea.

3. The Nile has a length of about 6,695 kilometres (4,160 miles).

4. It’s average discharge is 3.1 million litres (6,80,000 gallons) per second.

5. The Nile basin is huge and includes parts of Tanzania, Burundi, Rwanda, Congo (Kinshasa) , Kenya.

6. The Nile receives it’s name from the Greek Neilos, which means a valley or river valley.

7. The Nile River flows completely through the desert ad then end in what is called a delta in Egypt. On it’s journey it empties out into the Mediterranean Sea.

By Anmol

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