Blue Nile and White Nile, which join at Khartoum in The Sudan.
The Nile river is composed of the Blue Nile and the White Nile. The Blue and White join to make the larger Nile that flows through Egypt.
That happens in the country of Sudan.
The Blue Nile and the White Nile which join to form the Nile River and its delta where it flows into the Mediterranean Sea
There is not just one place where two heads of water join to form another body of water. The White Nile and Blue Nile come together to form the Nile river.
The Blue Nile and the White Nile converge at Khartoum, Sudan.
The Blue Nile and the White Nile are each tributaries of the Nile River. The Nile Delta is at the northern end of the Nile where the Nile River meets the sea. But that is many, many miles from Khartoum where the Blue Nile and the White Nile join each other. So the short answer to your question is "no". Wikipedia has some pretty pictures and maps of these rivers. If you really wanted to argue in favor of "yes", you could point out that the Nile delta is formed of sediment and most of the sediment in the Nile River comes from Ethiopia via the Blue Nile.
The White Nile begins in rainforests at the edge of the savannah and goes northward through sahel and desert to meet with the Blue Nile. The Blue Nile starts in the Ethiopian Hill-Country before going northwest into desert where it meets with the Blue Nile. The two rivers join to create the Nile River, which continues uninterruptedly northward through desert.
The most famous natural landmarks are probably the White and Blue Nile Rivers, which join to become the Nile River. Man-made landmarks include the small Egyptian pyramids that you see along the upper portions of the nile river.
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Some major rivers in the continent of Africa:River Nile (most famous river in the world)Congo RiverZambezi RiverNiger RiverOrange RiverCongo RiverNyanga RiverMara RiverMoulouya RiverSee related links below for more.