From the source to the delta across six African countries: Burundi, Rwanda, Tanzania, Uganda, Sudan and Egypt.
It is commonly considered the birth Nile from Lake Victoria in Uganda, although the lake itself is fed by a tributary of the Kagera 690 km long in turn fed by the river Luvironza born in the southern part of the plateau of Burundi 45 km east of Lake Tanganyika.
Hence the first Luvironza feeds the river then the river Ruvuvu Ruvusu and finally, after 350 km, flows into the Kagera.
Coming out of Lake Victoria, the river takes the name of the Victoria Nile flows for about 500 km during which crosses Lake Kyoga and Lake Albert reached, it comes out as the Albert Nile and enters the territory of Sudan in which takes the name Bahr al Jabal.
At the confluence of the Bahr al Jabal with the Bahr el Ghazal, 720 km long, the river takes the name of Bahr al Abyad, or White Nile.
From here flows to the city of Khartoum.
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