Top Ten Most Interesting Countries That Begin With "E"

darthvadern
Yeah so update. Originally I was going to make these lists next week to follow the formula to release two country letter lists a week. However this week will be a bit different. That's because I'm soon gaining 300 lists and I will have a 300th list special when that comes. As you also might know I always release two of these letter lists at the same time on Mondays and I prefer to have an even number of lists because that's my pattern and I have a lot of list ideas to do and I don't want to wait until Monday to be able to make lists again as I already have list ideas, and I want to make a list special when I hit 300 lists, so I will release a total of four letter lists this week, E and F now as well. Because of this, I'm thinking of releasing the next letter lists not on Monday next week, but rather on Wednesday or Thursday just to have a bit of room in between. Yeah this sounded complex but basically E and F countries will be done today instead of next week. So here's the list about E countries.

The Top Ten

1 Estonia Estonia

Estonia, the most northern country of the baltic, and the most known as well. It sometimes think it belongs into the nordic, as estonian, the language is quite similar to finnish, but the other two baltic neighbour think Estonia should admit he's baltic as well. They have somewhat of a different history though, but to be honest they are all interesting. I think Lithuania is more interesting but Estonia has some pretty interesting medieval sites - darthvadern

2 Egypt Egypt Egypt, officially the Arab Republic of Egypt, is a transcontinental country spanning the northeast corner of Africa and southwest corner of Asia, via a land bridge formed by the Sinai Peninsula.

Very interesting history - Randomator

Amazing country - ElSherlock

Great history - DarkBoi-X

Egypt easly takes the number #1 spot! As one of the oldest countries in the arab world with its extremly iconic and interesting history with the nile and pyraminds, Egypt tops the list easly. It's like the hub of the arab world and the most famous one as well, and it surely is the most interesting. It's pretty much impossible to not have heard anything about Egypt, as its history is massive! - darthvadern

3 Ethiopia Ethiopia Ethiopia, officially known as the Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia, is a sovereign state located in the Horn of Africa.

Ethiopia was the only african country outside of Liberia which was a bit complicated to never get colonized. While Italy once tried to colonize Ethiopia, the natives of Ethiopia managed to fight them off, and this makes it so interesting. Because it never got colonized, the culture is very unsimilar to anything european and even their official language isn't a european language and it's the only one on the african continent where the official language is a native african language, and it's amharic. I mean this country was close to beat Egypt in terms of interestment but it was a hard choice - darthvadern

4 Ecuador Ecuador Ecuador, officially the Republic of Ecuador, is a representative democratic republic in northwestern South America, bordered by Colombia on the north, Peru on the east and south, and the Pacific Ocean to the west.

Well, South America as whole is in my opinion the most interesting continent on the planet and Peru, Ecuador and Paraguay are the biggest reasons why.The republic of the equator, I said it because ecuador means equator. Such a cool country! The galapagos islands also belong to Ecuador! And in one of the cities: Guayaquil, you can actually find iguanas on the street! This country deserves to be high up! - darthvadern

5 El Salvador El Salvador El Salvador, officially the Republic of El Salvador, is the smallest and the most densely populated country in Central America.

El Salvador..., one of the most dangerous countries in the world unfortunately, but interesting is it. I think it has the best name in Central America along with Nicaraua and I really like their history and stuff. It deserves a mention on this list in my opinion - darthvadern

Yes! - Kevinsidis

6 Equatorial Guinea Equatorial Guinea Equatorial Guinea, officially the Republic of Equatorial Guinea, is a country located in Central Africa, with an area of 28,000 square kilometres.

It's one of the least known african countries, despite being one of the most strict dictatorships in the world, currently ruled by Teodoro Obiang Nguema Mbasogo, who performed a coup d'etat agianst his uncle Fransisco MacĂ­as Nguema back in the 70s and it was quite brutal. Both are mad men and have been dubbed the worst dictators of Africa, and this is kinda what makes it so interesting in the first place in my opinion. It's also rich on oil - darthvadern

7 East Timor East Timor East Timor, officially the Democratic Republic of Timor-Leste, is a sovereign state in Maritime Southeast Asia. It comprises the eastern half of the island of Timor.

A very small country with a capital called Dili. It takes up the eastern part of the small island of Timor in the indian ocean which belongs to Indonesia. That is, except of the east side of the island Timor which belongs to East Timor, or Timor-Leste if you prefer, as the western part belongs to Indonesia. It's the smallest lusophone nation as well, which means smallest portugese speaking country - darthvadern

8 Eritrea Eritrea Eritrea officially the State of Eritrea, is a country in East Africa. With its capital at Asmara, it is bordered by Sudan in the west, Ethiopia in the south, and Djibouti in the southeast.

Usually called the "North Korea" of Africa and is about as dangerous, but it's interesting as well. Located on the horn of Africa, Eritrea is a narrow country that borders the red sea to the east and otherwise borders Djibouti, Ethiopia and Sudan, and almost border Yemen on the other side of the red sea. It's a generally hot country as well, on the coasts. In the inland it's rather the opposite. It's quite cool - darthvadern

9 Eswatini Eswatini

Yes, don't forget it, this country is no longer called Swaziland. It's eSwatini now, which adds up the E list to nine countries instead of only eight, which I don't mind. It's the last absolute monarchy in Africa currently ruled by Mswati III and the country has quite interesting culture in my opinion - darthvadern

10 England England England, previously the Kingdom of England, is a constituent country of the United Kingdom along with Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland. ...read more.
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