The Nile River
The Nile River was very important in the growth of the Egyptians civilization
The Nile River was an endless water source for the Egyptians, and it created fertile lands, which were good for growing crops. The Nile gets flooded every spring causing rich fertile soil. There were fish in the river too, which were a great food source. This river flowed south to north.
The mountains in ancient Egypt were great protection. They would also give the Egyptians behind the mountains an advantage.
The peninsula's in Egypt were very helpful, because on three sides of you were bodies of water, which were great for drinking, fishing, and the fertile land it gave you was endless.