Stock Photo - The White Nile near the South Sudanese capital of Juba, taken on 03.10.2019. The Nile in its total length of approx. 6650 kilometers is the longest river in the world. It is the only river in the world to flow completely through one of the two subtropical drying belts. The White Nile has a catchment area that is more than five times larger than that of the Blue Nile, which originates from Athipia, and is more than 2.5 times as long with around 3800 kilometers. At Juba the White Nile leaves the highlands and enters the swamp area of the Sudd near the city of Bor, which stretches almost 400 kilometers to the north. Photo: Matthias Toedt / dpa-Zentralbild / ZB / Picture Alliance | usage worldwide. - Juba/Jubek State/Südsudan

Stock Photo: The White Nile near the South Sudanese capital of Juba, taken on 03.10.2019. The Nile in its total length of approx. 6650 kilometers is the longest river in the.

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