Which is our largest river?
- Nile: 4,132 miles.
- Amazon: 4,000 miles.
- Yangtze: 3,915 miles.
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.
What is the depth of the deepest lake in Africa?
The one record it holds is being the longest freshwater lake in the world. Lake Tanganyika stores 4,500 cubic miles of water, covering an area of 12,700 square miles. The deepest point in the lake is 4,820 feet, and it averages a depth of 1,870 feet. This great depth is due to it lying in the Great Rift Valley.
Which country in Africa has the longest bridge?
Currently the longest bridge in Africa is The 6th October Bridge in Cairo, Egypt. The construction of the bridge took nearly 30 years. It was inaugurated in 1996. The bridge is built along the River Nile, measuring 20.5 kilometers long.
Which is the fifth largest river of Africa?
The Ogooué (or Ogowe), also known as the Nazareth river, some 1,200 kilometres (750 mi) long, is the principal river of Gabon in west central Africa and the fifth largest river in Africa by volume of discharge, trailing only the Congo, Kasai, Niger and Zambezi.