What is the Longest River in the World?

Longest River

The Nile River in Africa is probably the longest river in the world.

The longest river in the world is probably the Nile River found in Africa.  It flows 4,187 miles from central Africa to the Mediterranean Sea.

If the Nile were placed in the United States.  It would reach almost from the West Coast to the East Coast.

This great river has often been called “Egypt’s River of Life.”  For thousands, of years its water as made life possible for the people of the dry desert lands through which it flows.

The ancient Egyptians considered the Nile to bring creed.  They build great temples and tombs along the river banks. – Dick Rogers

 

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