Where Was Mesopotamia?
Mesopotamia got its nickname, 'The Land Between the Rivers' from its position between the Tigris and Euphrates rivers. These provided transportation and water for crops.
Mesopotamia is located in modern day Iraq.
How Was the Land Helpful?
The land in Mesopotamia helped the people of Mesopotamia by providing them with food. Rivers provided water for growing crops and transportation. The land also helped the Mesopotamians invent some things, like irrigation, because if there hadn't been any need for irrigation, it wouldn't have been invented.