It's said that three rivers, namely, the Blue Nile, the White Nile and the Arbara flow in to The Nile River in Egypt and serve as its source. After great observations the researchers have come to the conclusion that, Nile River in Egypt gradually changed its location and size over millions of years.
The Nile River in Egypt can be compared to a giant snake, which slithers through some of the driest desert on earth to isolate a narrow valley. Nile River in Egypt served as a perfect platform for ancient civilizations to flourish. Today, more than 60 million people are residing at the banks of Nile River. Some of the cities situated on the banks of Nile River in Egypt are Khartoum, Aswan, Luxor and the Giza-Cairo conurbation.