Eight countries in the world begin with the letter E. They are as follows:
Which Countries Start With E?
East Timor, also known as Timor Leste, is a small country in Southeast Asia. It has a population of 1.2 million.
Ecuador is a South American country bordered by Colombia and Peru. It has a total population of 16.39 million. The word Ecuador comes from the word "equator".
The Arab Republic of Egypt is an African country with Cairo as its capital. It has a population of around 94 million. Egypt is famous for its ancient monuments and pyramids as well as for its vast desert.
El Salvador is found in Central America. San Salvador is its capital and largest city. Around 7 million people live in El Salvador. The country is home to more than 20 volcanoes.
The Republic of Equatorial Guinea is the only sovereign African state whose official language is Spanish. Equatorial Guinea borders Cameroon, Gabon, and the Gulf of Guinea. With Malabo as the capital and Bata as the largest city, the country consists of the mainland Río Muni as well as the Bioko and Annobon islands. The country has a population of around 1.2 million.
Eritrea is a small country found in the Horn of Africa. It borders Djibouti, the Red Sea, Ethiopia, and Sudan. A total of around 4.47 million people live in Eritrea.
Estonia is a country in northeastern Europe. It is one of the Baltic States. It borders Latvia and Russia by land. The total population of Estonia is 1.3 million.
Ethiopia is found in the Horn of Africa. It is home to over 102 million people, making it the world's 13th most populated country.
Locations Of Countries Beginning With Letter E
Out of the eight countries that begin with letter E, four are located in Africa, one in Asia, one in Europe and one each in Central and South America. No country in North America start with letter E.
Countries That Start With The Letter E
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