Egypt Geography

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The Nile River

The Nile River is 4,132 miles in length. The river runs through Egypt creating, a fertile green valley across the desert.

This River impacted the ancient Egyptians because it helped them with transportation with goods and it helps them water their crops, also it helps them with fresh water to drink and serve to their families. Next, Egypt allowed the great Egyptian civilizations to grow and thrive on its banks. They used the Black Land (mud) left after the Nile's yearly flood to farm. Simply without the Nile there would be no Egyptian desert. The river provided a source of water and life in the form of soil. It also provided water for the population and a waterway transportation