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How Deep Is The Nile?

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Nile, considered as the longest river in the world is 6000 feet deep. It travels about 4000 km in a northwardly direction from the mountains of East Africa to empty into Mediterranean Sea. It is 6,695 km long and the span of its basin is 1,293,049 sq km. Three rivers which join together in the south to form The Nile are The White Nile, The Blue Nile and Arbara. The deepest point in The Nile is found in the Blue Nile which is about 6000 feet deep which is equivalent to the Grand Canyon in USA.

Throughout Egypt, the Nile has worn a deep, wide gorge in the plateau region. Nile is deeper and has a much smoother surface at Aswan, North of the first cataract.
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6000t deep :p
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The Blue Nile is the deepest point of the River Nile in Africa. A small spring which is located at Gishe Abbai, which is at an altitude of approximately 5, 940 feet (or about 1, 800 metres), is the sacred source of the Blue Nile.

The distance between the source of the Blue Nile and its confluence is reported to be between 1, 460 kilometres and 1, 600 kilometres (which is between 907 metres and 1, 000 metres). It flows through gorges in the highlands of Ethiopia. These highlands are believed to be practically impossible to penetrate. The Blue Nile River flows to a depth of 1, 500 metres (which is 4, 950 feet). This depth can be compared to the depth of the Grand Canyon, which is located in the United States of America.
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Approximately 6,000 ft deep!!!
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The Nile river average depth is 8-11 meter (26-36 ft). Except before the Aswan High Dam, Nasser Lake, Egypt it is 180 meter (590 ft).
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The Nile River is about 60 feet deep?
The Nile River is located is Egypt and the city of Egypt is Cairo.

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