Nile–White Nile–Kagera–Nyabarongo–Mwogo–Rukarara from Rivers of the World dataset
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Source dataset: Rivers of the World dataset, curated by  simple john

  About Nile–White Nile–Kagera–Nyabarongo–Mwogo–Rukarara

Nile–White Nile–Kagera–Nyabarongo–Mwogo–Rukarara is the longest river in the world at 7,088 kilometers (4,404 miles).

Nile–White Nile–Kagera–Nyabarongo–Mwogo–Rukarara is a river that is 7,088 kilometers (or 4,404 miles) long and drains from a 3,254,555 km2 drainage basin in Ethiopia, Eritrea, Sudan, Uganda, Tanzania, Kenya, Rwanda, Burundi, Egypt, Democratic Republic of the Congo, South Sudan.

The average volume of water flow is 2,800 m3/3 and the river flows out into Mediterranean Sea.

 

 Compare Nile–White Nile–Kagera–Nyabarongo–Mwogo–Rukarara with Ogooué (or Ogowe) from Africa.

 Compare Nile–White Nile–Kagera–Nyabarongo–Mwogo–Rukarara with Vaal from Africa.


  Data: Nile–White Nile–Kagera–Nyabarongo–Mwogo–Rukarara 

Rivers of the World dataset

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