10 Longest Rivers in the World


Have you ever wondered about the length of the longest river in the world? Maybe some of you had, and some haven’t but we decided to reveal this mystery to you by giving a list of 10 Longest Rivers in The World.

The longest of the ten and officially the longest river in the world is the river Nile with a length of 4,180 miles. This river runs through Africa, starting from Burundi, along the White Nile, to its delta on the Mediterranean Sea. The number 10 on our list is the river Zaire or also known as Congo River with a length of 2,716 miles. Congo River is also the world’s deepest river. Scroll down and find out which are the other 8 longest rivers in the world. Stay up to date with us to find some other useful content.

1. Nile, Africa, 4.180 miles

2. Amazon, South America, 3.912 miles

3. Mississippi-Missouri-Red Rock, United States, 3.710 miles

4. Chang Jiang (Yangtze), China, 3.602 miles

5. Ob, Russia, 3.459 miles

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6. Huang Ho (Yellow River), China, 2.900 miles

7. Yenisei, Russia, 2.800 miles

8. Parana, South America, 2.795 miles

9. Irtish, Russia, 2.758 miles

10. Zaire (Congo), Congo, 2.716 miles