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How Long Is The River Nile?

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moka moka answered
4,160 miles it's the longest river in world. While the biggest one is amazon.
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The total length of the Nile river is 7,088 km(4405 miles) from its source in Nyungwe Forest in Rwanda to the mouth in Mediterranean.

Top 10 longest rivers of the world
1. Nile   7088 km
2. Amazon   6575 km
3. Yangtze   6236 km
4. Mississippi-Missouri   6084 km
5. Yenisei   5816 km
6. Yellow   5778 km
7. Ob-Irtysh   5525 km
8. Amur(Heilongjiang)   5498 km
9. Congo(Zaire)   5118 km
10.Mekong(Lancangjian)  4909 km

The link below will give you details on the sources and lengths of the top 10 longest rivers of the world
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6695km
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The Nile river is 4,000 mi of 6,436 km that is more than the distance of the united states!
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The total length of the Nile river is 7,088 km(4405 miles) from its source in Nyungwe Forest in Rwanda to the mouth in Mediterranean.

Top 10 longest rivers of the world
1. Nile   7088 km
2. Amazon   6575 km
3. Yangtze   6236 km
4. Mississippi-Missouri   6084 km
5. Yenisei   5816 km
6. Yellow   5778 km
7. Ob-Irtysh   5525 km
8. Amur(Heilongjiang)   5498 km
9. Congo(Zaire)   5118 km
10.Mekong(Lancangjian)  4909 km
  

But sadly this is wrong well the nile bit any way. To be presise that River Nile is'nt 7088km its 7654km lengh and in mile that would be 4 755.97511 mile's per every metre
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Rajesh Shri answered
The river Nile, the longest river in the world is 6,695 km (4,160 miles); it rises in Central Africa in Rwanda though the origin point is contested and flows northwards emptying in to the Mediterranean Sea. The main tributaries of the river are the Blue Nile and the White Nile; the White Nile (3700 km) which is longer than the Blue Nile (1600 km) rises in central Africa with Rwanda believed as its most southerly point.

The White Nile then flows through Tanzania, Lake Victoria and Uganda and meets the Blue Nile which originates from Lake Tana in Ethiopia, near Khartoum in Sudan. The river then flows through Egypt where the river's annual flooding which deposited fertile soil in the Egyptian plains had led to the establishment of the Egyptian civilization before draining in to the Mediterranean.

The important cities situated along the Nile are Khartoum, the capital of Sudan, Aswan, where the Aswan High Dam has been built, Luxor, the site of the ancient Egyptian city of Thebes and Cairo, the capital of Egypt.

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