The Nile River is the world’s longest river.
Its northern section flows through an almost entirely deserted area, providing fertility and water supply.
Since ancient times, Egypt has relied on the Nile, with most people living along or near the banks of the river.
The Nile is one of the world’s best-known rivers.
It passes through 11 countries, including Kenya, Congo, Sudan, Uganda, and Egypt, situated in North Africa, before ultimately flowing into the Mediterranean Sea.
Since ancient times, Egyptian civilizations have relied on the Nile. The river’s behavior has inspired a lot of stories.
For a better understanding, here are interesting Nile river facts: