Countries in the Northern Hemisphere include the United States, Canada, Russia and all of the countries in Europe. Other countries in the Northern Hemisphere are Kazakhstan, Belarus, Turkmenistan, Azerbaijan, Armenia and Georgia. All territory north of the equator is considered part of the Northern Hemisphere.Continue Reading
All the countries in the Middle East and Saharan Africa are in the Northern Hemisphere.
African countries in the Northern Hemisphere are Western Sahara, Mauritania, Senegal, Guinea, Liberia, Ivory Coast, Sierra Leone, Mali, Burkina Faso, Ghana, Togo, Benin, Eritrea, Niger, Chad, Djibouti, Guinea-Bissau, Equatorial Guinea, Sao Tome and Principe, Cameroon, Nigeria, Sudan, Ethiopia and the northern parts of Somalia, Kenya, Uganda, Gabon, the Democratic Republic of Congo and Congo Brazzaville.
Other countries in the Northern Hemisphere are Afghanistan, Pakistan, India, Tibet, Mongolia, Nepal, Bhutan, China, Bangladesh, Burma, Thailand, Sri Lanka, Laos, Vietnam, North and South Korea, Japan, the Philippines, Malaysia and parts of Indonesia. Still other countries are Mexico, all of Central America and all of the countries in the West Indies. South American countries in the Northern Hemisphere are most of Colombia, Venezuela, Guyana, Suriname and French Guiana. The most northern parts of Brazil and Ecuador are also in the Northern Hemisphere.
More humans live in the Northern Hemisphere because it has more land than the Southern Hemisphere.Learn more about Maps & Cartography
There are over 30 countries and territories in the Western Hemisphere, including countries in North and South America and the western portion of Europe and Africa. There are an additional 12 countries that are partial in the Western Hemisphere.Full Answer >
As of 2015, examples of countries recognized by the United States include Yemen in Asia, Zimbabwe in Africa, United Kingdom in Europe, Cuba in North America, Venezuela in South America and Vanuatu in Oceania. There are 195 independent states.Full Answer >
The term "Western world" can mean a number of different things, but generally it refers to countries in Europe and North America. Some widen the term to include Latin America and other countries around the world that descended from European culture. It is often used interchangeably with "first world" nations.Full Answer >
The countries considered to comprise northern Europe are: Iceland, Ireland, the United Kingdom, the Faroe Islands, Norway, Sweden, Finland, Denmark, Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania. Iceland, the United Kingdom, Ireland and the Faroe Islands are separate island nations that are located on the western side of northern Europe. Norway, Sweden and Finland are the geographically largest northern European nations and border each other between the Norwegian Sea and mainland Russia.Full Answer >