Nile River

Nile River

It is a fresh natural water course that God gave to the land of Egypt, where it represents the vital artery of this land, thanks to it the transformation of Egypt from the desert lands to a green garden suitable for agriculture, which appears in the valley and the Delta.
The Nile River flows from south to north, unlike the rivers of the world, with a length of 6650 km. It is one of the longest rivers in the world. Because of this, the ancient Egyptians sanctified him by establishing various religious rituals to commemorate him.
The name goes back to ancient Greek origins and was called the Nile Valley
The Nile River expands in the south where it originates: Lake Victoria, which is in South Africa, and narrows as we move north builds delta land
It is divided into two branches: Rashid and Damietta, It empties into the Mediterranean Sea, and as a result of the tilt of the earth, it is the only river that flows from the south and narrows to the north
The Nile River plays an important role in the development of Economy of the countries of the Nile Basin; it has around 110 million tons of silt a year, which is very important for Egypt to adopt it in agriculture