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As the primary waterway and means of transport for Egypt, the Nile has played a vital role in the country's history; the vast majority of the country's cities, including Cairo, Alexandria, Memphis, and Thebes, were built on the banks of the river.
- The ancient Egyptians called the Nile Ar, meaning 'black', referring to the fertile, black silt the yearly floods left behind.
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