Uganda is the East African nation that has the most inland bodies of water. Often referred to as the "Pearl of Africa," Uganda is known for its abundant lakes, rivers, and wetlands. It is home to several large lakes, including Lake Victoria, which is the largest lake in Africa and the second-largest freshwater lake in the world. Other notable lakes in Uganda include Lake Kyoga, Lake Albert, and Lake Edward. These lakes, along with numerous smaller lakes and rivers, contribute to Uganda's status as a country with a significant number of inland bodies of water in the East African region.
Uganda - 69 lakes. The east African nation of Uganda has the largest number of lakes (69) among the African countries
they are inland
Lakes, by definition, are inland bodies of water. You cannot have a lake that is 'near' Africa. Africa is a huge continent. 'Near' is also a relative term, as is lake. The northern most sections of Lake Victoria lie on the equator
Towns and cities are often located near bodies of water for many reasons. Bodies of water are important to cities because they are a source of water, food, and transportation.
None. Arizona is inland and has no water around it.
There are no major bodies of water in central African republic.
The inland sea and the Japan sea.
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Oceans rivers and lakes
No, a river, the Tiber, does run through it but it is an inland city.
because there was water there. much of Africa is dry and therefore life thrived more along bodies of water as opposed to inland
Yes, Dam's are built to control inland bodies of water, hence their abilty to contain fresh water.
There are several bodies of water in Australia, including lakes and rivers. Lake Eyre and Lake Torrens is located in South Australia.
In the east it has the Inland sea and to the north and west it has the Japan sea.
Harrington Sound is a large inland body of water in the northeast of the main island of Bermuda.