What Is The Relationship Between The Blue Nile And The Egyptian Nile?


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They are same.Nile originated in the Ethiopian plateau, flows through Burundi, Rwanda, Tanzania, Uganda, Kenya, Zaire, Sudan and Egypt, nine countries a total length of 6,700 kilometers, the longest in Africa, also the world's two longest rivers, can be about 3,000 kilometers of navigable waterways. There are two on the source of the Nile river, the West is derived from the mountains of Burundi, after Africa's largest lake - Lake Victoria flows northward, known as the White Nile; East is derived from the Ethiopian highlands, Lake Tana, known as the Blue Nile. Green, White Nile converge in Khartoum, Sudan, and then flows into Egypt.

Nile Valley and Delta is the cradle of Egyptian culture, but also one of the cradles of world culture. The Nile in Egypt in 1530 kilometers in length, the two sides form a 3-16 km wide valley, to Cairo, were divided into two tributaries, into the Mediterranean Sea.

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