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Zambezi River

It is identified as the fourth longest river in Africa. This river is about 2,693 km long, draining an area of 1,330,000 km2 and it outflow Mozambique channel. It has its source in Zambia and flows through Angola, along "the border of Namibia, Botswana, Zambia and Zimbabwe, to Mozambique where it empties into the Indian Ocean".

Image 1 was taken in the south east direction using 2D and the co-ordination are 17'00'33.24˚ S and 23'58'55.89˚ E.

Image 2 was taken in the south east direction using 3D and the co-ordination are 17'00'47.03˚ S and 23'59'16.20˚ E.

Image 3 was taken in the south east direction using 2D and the co-ordination are 17'00'26.28˚ S and 23'59'35.79˚ E.

Image 4 was taken in the south east direction using 3D and the co-ordination are 17'00'25.75˚ S and 23'58'47.75˚ E.

(Photos by the BBC's Arnaud Zajtman)

View of the Nile from a cruiseboat, between Luxor and Aswan in Egypt

View of Nile River from cruise boat, between Luxor and Aswan in Egypt