What country in the middle east borders the mediterranean?
There are seven Middle Eastern countries with Mediterranean coastline: Egypt, Palestine, Israel, Lebanon, Syria, Turkey, and Cyprus.
There is no country that borders the Mediterranean Sea whose name starts with a "K".
No. The Iberian peninsula is an area of land consisting of mainly Spain and Portugal. It is at the western end of the Mediterranean Sea, with Spain being the only country on the Iberian Peninsula to be on the Mediterranean Sea. The Middle East is at the eastern end of the Mediterranean Sea.
A Middle East country that borders the Persian Gulf is Kuwait.
The Mediterranean Sea.
Egypt, Palestine (Gaza Strip), Israel, Lebanon, Syria, Cyprus, and Turkey.
3 continents.Europe,Africa and Middle East.
Spain is not bordered by a country to the east, but by the Mediterranean Sea. It is bordered to the west by Portugal.
It borders many Middle Eastern countries and is partially enclosed by them.
No. Italy is considered a Southern European country and a Mediterranean country, but it is not part of the Middle East.
The Region of the Middle East satisfies this question. If however, you are looking for a specific country, both Turkey and Syria have a small piece of Mesopotamia in their borders and Mediterranean coastline.
Which of the following is not a border of middle east Mediterranean sea fertile crescent Persian gulf golan heights?
Both the Fertile Crescent and the Golan Heights are internal parts of the Middle East. The Mediterranean Sea and Persian Gulf are borders of the Middle East.
Spain's eastern border is the Mediterranean Coast. There is no land mass with a country that is contiguous to Spain to the east.
Egypt occupies the northeastern corner of the African continent, and also is also a part of Asia with the Sinai Peninsula. It is also the "bridge" connecting Africa and the Middle East; the country itself is a North African nation and is a part of the Greater Middle East. It borders the Mediterranean and Red Seas and touches the countries of Libya, Sudan, and Israel. Egypt is located in northeastern Africa. The Mediterranean Sea borders… Read More
This depends on who is defining the Middle East, but generally, Cyprus is considered part of Europe. However, there is a minority opinion that because Cyprus is due south of Turkey that it is in "Asian space" and, therefore, physically part of the Middle East.
Both Syria and Iraq are in the Middle East and share borders with Turkey.
Lebanon, Syria, and Palestine.
What is the capital of the country that borders the Mediterranean Sea to the west Syria to the east and Israel to the South?
Lebanon is the country. Beirut is the capital.
What is the capital of a country that borders the mediterranean sea to the west syria to the east and israel to the south?
Lebanon is the country. Beirut is the capital.
The Caspian Sea. The Middle East is not only bordered by the Caspian Sea, but the Mediterranean, Black, Red, Aegean and Arabian seas, and the Sea of Marmara.
Libya is its own country in the Middle East. It is located in North Africa and borders the Mediterranean Sea, Egypt, Sudan, Algeria, Tunisia, Chad and Niger. In 2011 Libya broke out in civil war, following protests in Egypt that sparked an Arab Spring or uprising in a lot of the Middle East.
No it isn't, it is a Mediterranean country in north Africa. While it is not a Middle Eastern country, it is part of the Arab World and has many cultural connections to the Middle East.
Tunisia borders Algeria along the Mediterranean Sea. Inland, the shared border is mainly Libya.
No. Indonesia is an archipelagic country located in South-East Asia. It borders with Malaysia, East Timor and Papua New Guinea. It is a muslim-majority country, but not a part of the Middle East.
This island is Cyprus.
Saudi Arabia is one of those.
The country of Greece lies on the east of the Mediterranean Sea. It shares borders with Albania, F.Y.R.O.M, Bulgaria and Turkey.
Italy. Pizza is Italian. Actually it comes from the Middle East and The Mediterranean
Israel is in the western part of the Middle East, sometimes called the "Southern Levant". Israel borders clockwise from North: Lebanon, Syria, Jordan, the Gulf of Aqaba, Egypt, and the Mediterranean Sea.
You probably mean Bahrain, which is an independent island-country in the Persian Gulf, and Cyprus, which is an independent island-country in the Mediterranean. There are other insignificant islands around the Middle East.
No. Libya is part of North Africa, which is a region often paired with the Middle East, but is not part of the Middle East.
Somalia Borders Kenya in the east.
Suriname borders Guyana to the East.
Japan is nowhere near the Middle East and therefore, des not border any country also borders Lebanon and Iraq. As it is, Iraq and Lebanon only border one country in common, Syria, which also has borders with Israel, Jordan, and Turkey.
The British and French drew most of the borders in the Middle East in the Sykes-Picot Agreement. Turkey and Israel also helped to draw the borders in the Middle East after successful military campaigns (which neither started).
The Atlantic Ocean borders the usa on the east. The Atlantic Ocean borders the usa on the east.
The Mediterranean Sea borders Spain to both the east and southeast.
Saudi Arabia and Yemen are both middle eastern countries that border the Red Sea.
Israel borders Egypt to the east. Some other countries that border Egypt are Libya, as well as Sudan. Egypt has coastline on the Mediterranean Sea and the Red Sea.
Brazil borders Bolivia to it's east
Mediterranean to the north and Red Sea to the east.
In the north it borders with Albania, FYROM, and Bulgaria. In the east Greece borders with Turkey (and the Aegean sea) In the south and west Greece is surrounded by the Mediterranean sea (the Ionian sea is west, and the Libyan sea to the south)
Yes, it is East of Greece and it has a long coastline on the East Mediterranean.
Turkey was one country and the other country which borders the peninsula towards the middle east .
There is sea on the east side of Argentina. Uruguay borders to the north east.
Germany is the only country that borders Denmark and it is to the south of the country. Denmark is bordered by the Baltic Sea to the east.
Argentina borders east and Peru and Bolivia to the North.
Damascus is the capital and largest city of Syria, a country in western Asia bordering the Mediterranean Sea.
Lebanon is located in the middle east of Asia and is bordering the Mediterranean Sea, between Israel and Syria.