What is the largest river in the Africa?

The Nile is the longest river in Africa. Its length is around 6,650 kilometers and its drainage basin covers 11 African countries.

What is the largest largest river in the world?

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  • Nile: 4,132 miles.
  • Amazon: 4,000 miles.
  • Yangtze: 3,915 miles.

What is the largest river and lake in Africa?

Lake Victoria, also called Victoria Nyanza, largest lake in Africa and chief reservoir of the Nile, lying mainly in Tanzania and Uganda but bordering on Kenya. Its area is 26,828 square miles (69,484 square km). Among the freshwater lakes of the world, it is exceeded in size only by Lake Superior in North America.

Which country in Africa has the most rivers?

Which country in Africa has many rivers? If we consider all the listed seven major rivers in Africa, South Africa has the most rivers. Two of the main rivers of the continent are located in South Africa. They are the Limpopo River and the Orange River.

Which is the fifth largest river of Africa?

Ubangi River is the fifth longest river in Africa with length of 2,270 km (1,410) and is a major tributary of the Congo River in equatorial Africa.

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