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Egypt has shorelines on the Mediterranean Sea and the Red Sea. It borders Libya to the west, Sudan to the south, and the Gaza Strip and Israel to the east. It covers 1,001,449 square kilometers of land and is predominantly desert. An area of only 35,000 square kilometers - 3.5 % of the total land area - is cultivated and permanently settled. Most of the country lies within the wide band of desert that stretches from Africa's Atlantic Coast across the continent and into southwest Asia. The Nile River traverses about 1,600 kilometers through Egypt and flows northward from the Egyptian-Sudanese border to the Mediterranean Sea. The Nile is a combination of three long rivers whose sources are in central Africa: the White Nile, the Blue Nile, and the Atbarah. Egypt is rich in nature and has beautiful beaches, desert landscapes, oasises, natural springs, mountains and rivers.
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Dune in the Great Sand Sea
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Beach in Dahab
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Cold water lake in the Great Sand Sea
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Palm trees and salt lake in Siwa Oasis
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Gulf of Aqaba
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Great Sand Sea dune
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A dune in the Great Sand Sea
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The Magic Lake in Dahab
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Beach by the Gulf of Aqaba