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 Mediterranean Sea borders Israel.
Italy and Israel.
Cairo, Egypt. Additionally, Israel touches the Gulf of Aqabah which is an arm of the Red Sea, so its capital, Jerusalem, could also be an answer.
Since the two seas do not actually touch or come close, there is no singular city that sits astride both of them. If the question is asking, what is the capital of the country that borders both the Mediterranean and Red Seas, the answer is Cairo, Egypt. Additionally, Israel touches the Mediterranean Sea and the Gulf of Aqabah, which is an arm of the Red Sea, so its capital, Jerusalem, could also be an answer.
Both Lebanon and Egypt border Israel and touch the Mediterranean Sea. Gaza, a Palestinian territory, does too.
Syria, Lebanon and Israel :)
Egypt is the country that borders both the Red Sea and the Mediterranean Sea. Israel is also said to touch both the Mediterranean and Red Seas as well, but this is inexact. Israel has access to the Red Sea by way of the Gulf of Aqabah and not directly as Egypt does. So strictly speaking, Israel only touches the Mediterranean Sea.
It borders the Mediterranean.
Egypt, Israel, Lebanon, Syria, Turkey, Greece.
There are seven Middle Eastern countries with Mediterranean coastline: Egypt, Palestine, Israel, Lebanon, Syria, Turkey, and Cyprus.
A Mediterranean country is a country that borders the Mediterranean Sea. The Mediterranean countries are: Albania Algeria Croatia Cyprus Egypt France Gibraltar Greece Israel Italy Lebanon Lybia Malta Monaco Montenegro Morocco Slovenia Spain Syria Tunisia Turkey
The Mediterranean Sea does.
ISRAEL borders the Dead Sea and the Mediterranean Sea. According to the de jure claims of the State of Palestine, it too borders both the Dead Sea and the Mediterranean Sea, but because of the division of power between Hamas in Gaza and Fatah in the West Bank, the State of Palestine Government has no access to the Mediterranean.
Egypt, Palestine (Gaza Strip), Israel, Lebanon, Syria, Cyprus, and Turkey.
No. Israel borders the Gulf of Aqabah and the Mediterranean 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.
Israel is bounded on the west by the Mediterranean Sea.
Yes, it borders both the Red Sea and the Mediterranean.
Damascus is the capital of Syria, a Middle Eastern country bordered by Israel, Turkey, Iraq, Jordan, Lebanon and the Mediterranean Sea. Syria's official name is the Syrian Arab Republic.
Israel is bounded by -- the Mediterranean Sea -- Egypt -- Jordan -- Syria -- Lebanon -- Gaza (Egyptian territory controlled by Hamas) -- the West bank of the Jordan (Jordanian territory administered by the PLO)
it is in Israel
-- Western Israel is bordered by Egypt and the Mediterranean Sea. -- No part of Iran borders any part of Israel.
Lebanon is a country on the Mediterranean sea that makes up the northern border of Israel .
Lebanon borders Israel at due north, and Syria is to the northeast.
There are multiple countries on the Mediterranean sea that are north of Israel, including every European country. If the question is asking specifically about a country on Israel's northern border that has a Mediterranean coastline, the answer is Lebanon.
Jordan and Lebanon each share borders with both Israel and Syria.
Israel is a country. Its capital is the city of Jerusalem.
The Mediterranean. See also: A map showing the countries that border the Mediterranean
The eastern Mediterranean country that has the most diversified economy is Israel. In 2014 the projected economy of Israel had a GDP of $286.84 billion.
Israel is the Eastern Mediterranean country that has the most diversified economy. Israel has a market economy, and in 2014, its GDP was $286.840 billion.
Egypt is the only North African country that borders Israel.
The Mediterranean Sea comprises a large part of Israel's western border.
While no "typical" North American country borders the Mediterranean Sea, France has some of its départments in North America (like Guadeloupe and Martinique). This is similar to how Hawai'i is a US State that is distant from the US mainland. This would make France the only "North American country" to also border the Mediterranean Sea. There is no country with its capital in North America that borders the Mediterranean Sea. The United Kingdom also maintains… Read More
The term Eastern Mediterranean refers to the Asian Mediterranean borders. However, two European countries are defined under this term as well as a landlocked country, the countries include: Cyprus Turkey Syria Lebanon Israel Jordan
The country is Israel. Both Israel and Palestine claim Jerusalem as their capital. However, Israel is the only one that has actual control of the city. As a result, Palestine's de facto capital is Ramallah, while Israel maintains its capital in Jerusalem.
No it's not. It borders Lebanon, Jordan, Syria, and the Mediterranean Sea. --mewile95 (lizzie p.)
Mediterranean (west) dead sea (east) Jordan River (east) Gulf of Aqaba (southeast) Israel borders the Mediterranean Sea. The Sea of Galilee & the Dead Sea are part of the River Jordan.
the capital of Israel is Jerusalem
There is no country called North Israel, there is just one Israel. If you intended to ask what country is north of Israel, the answer is Lebanon and Syria. The Mediterranean Sea is north of Israel. Greece or Turkey are north, but separated by the sea.
Cairo is the capital and largest city of Egypt, the country that is bordered by Libya, Sudan and Israel.
Israel is a country. Jerusalem is the capital of Israel.
* Rome, Italy * Algiers, Algeria * Tunis, Tunisia * Valleta, Malta * Tripoli, Lybia * Beirut, Lebanon * Athens, Greece * Tel Aviv, Israel * Nicosia, Cyprus* Cyprus is an island in the Mediterranean sea
Jordan and Lebanon both border Syria and Israel.
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
Israel and Jordan
Jerusalem is the capital of Israel
Syria borders all those countries
Israel borders with 4 countries, the north border is with Lebanon, the north east border is with Syria, the east border is with Jordan and the south west border is with Egypt, west of Israel is the Mediterranean Sea.
Jerusalem is a city in Israel, it is also the capital of Israel.