Top Ten Rivers by Length in the World

We were asked by many fans and visitors to start a series of top-ten’s in the world. So, today is the first post of this series where we are going to explore the top ten rivers by length in the world.

How many of you have ever been to any of the rivers nearest to your town or city? It is always a very joyful experience to visit a river bank or enjoy the river’s beauty and explore it through boats and yachts. Let us explore top ten rivers of the world according to their length.

Nile River

Length: 4,132 mile

Countries of flow: Ethiopia, Eritrea, Sudan, Uganda, Tanzania, Kenya, Rwanda, Burundi, Egypt, Democratic Republic of the Congo, South Sudan


Image credit: Flickr banksias

Amazon River

Length:3,976 miles

Countries of flow: Brazil, Peru, Bolivia, Colombia, Ecuador, Venezuela, Guyana


Image credit: Flickr MicroMacroMicro

Yangtze River

Length: 3,917 miles

Countries of flow: China


Image credit: Flickr Marshall Segal

Mississippi River

Length: 3,902 miles

Countries of flow: United States, Canada


Image credit: Flickr matt.hintsa

Yenisei River

Length: 3,445 miles

Countries of flow: Russia, Mongolia


Image credit: Flickr

Yellow River

Length: 3,395 miles

Countries of Flow: China


Image credit: Flickr qejecit

Ob River

Length: 3,364

Countries of flow: Russia, Kazakhstan, China Mongolia


Image credit: Flickr mksystem

Parana River

Length: 3,030

Countries of flow: Brazil, Argentina, Paraguay, Bolivia, Uruguay


Image credit: Flickr Me-Joaquin

Congo River

Length: 2,922

Countries of flow: Democratic Republic of the Congo, Central African Republic, Angola, Republic of the Congo, Tanzania, Cameroon, Zambia, Burundi, Rwanda


Image credot: Flickr shilly shally

Amur River

Length: 2,763

Countries of flow: Russia, China, Mongolia


Image credit: Flickr paukrus


3 Responses to Top Ten Rivers by Length in the World
  1. Sarmad Zia
    June 7, 2012 | 2:45 pm

    Thank You Admin For Sharing Use Full Info. With All Of Us , Nice Article I Really Love It.

  2. admin
    June 7, 2012 | 3:13 pm

    Thanks and you are most wellcome..

  3. Issac Jim Manjiban
    January 21, 2013 | 10:23 am

    wow!!! its really amazing, I enjoyed every bit of information that was provided, thanks Admin for the nice job in providing usefull information, please continue the good job

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