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Lake No[1] is a lake in South Sudan. It is located just north of the vast swamp of the Sudd, at the confluence of the Bahr al Jabal and Bahr el Ghazal rivers, and marks the transition between the Bahr al Jabal and White Nile proper. Lake No is located approximately 1,156 km downstream of Uganda's Lake Albert, the major lake on the White Nile preceding Lake No.[2] The lake is considered the center of the Reweng people of Panrou section of Dinka peoples.[3]

Lake No
Sudd swamp.jpg
Part of Sudd swamp with Lake No (top).
Coordinates9°29′52″N 30°27′54″E / 9.49778°N 30.46500°E / 9.49778; 30.46500Coordinates: 9°29′52″N 30°27′54″E / 9.49778°N 30.46500°E / 9.49778; 30.46500
Primary inflowsBahr al Jabal, Bahr el Ghazal
Primary outflowsWhite Nile
Basin countriesSouth Sudan
Surface area100 km2 (39 sq mi) (max)

See alsoEdit


  1. ^ Pease, A. E. (1909-10-16). The Book of the Lion. Ravenio Books.
  2. ^ The Potential of the Nile River Basin, And The Economic Development of Sudan by Marcia Merry Baker, The American Almanac, 1997
  3. ^ The Nuer of Sudan and Ethiopia by Orville Boyd Jenkins, March 1997.(hosted by