The Nile




The Nile Riveris the longest river in the world it has the length of about 4,132 miles.
It is also commonly known as the father of all rivers.
The Nile is made up of three principle streams the Blue Nile,Atbara, and the White Nile
witch all flow to create the Nile River.
The Egyptians called the river *Ar* meaning black because of the color of the sediments taken when its flooded. Although the Nile was associated with Egypt only 22% of the Nile course runs through Egypt. The Nile empties into to the Mediteranian
Sea. The Nile's name comes from the greek word neilo. A necesity from the Nile was the rich soil it produced that grew three  important crops wheat, Flax, and Papyrus. Another nesesity the Nile produced was fish witch was the main meat they ate.





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