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Topography and Geological Aspects of the Western Desert
The land of Egypt forms a one million square kilometre in the northeastern corner of Africa.
The Nile Valley splits this land from south to north, east of it is occupied by the Eastern
Desert and the Sinai Desert, west of it lies the Western Desert, which is the eastern part of the Great Sahara. In the depressions of this desert, the Oases lie in a curved row almost parallel to the Nile River defined by the lines of convergence
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