North America, named after the explorer Amerigo Vespucci, is the third largest continent in the world; it contains 24 countries and approximately 502 million citizens, who speak primarily English, Spanish and French. The... More »

North America is the third largest continent and has a population of approximately 528 million, as of July 2015. The three major North American countries are Canada, the United States and Mexico. The five major geographi... More »

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The world’s third-largest continent is North America; it covers more than 16 percent of the Earth’s land mass. North America is divided into different sections that include the United States in the center, Canada to the ... More »

North America is the third largest continent and has a population of approximately 528 million, as of July 2015. The three major North American countries are Canada, the United States and Mexico. The five major geographi... More »

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The Great Continental Divide in North America starts at Cape Prince of Wales in Alaska and follows the Rocky Mountain ridges through western Canada and the western United States, and then through the Sierra Madre Occiden... More »

Some major cities in North America are Mexico City, Washington D.C., San Salvador, Managua, Ottawa, Havana and Panama City. The continent of North America consists of more than 20 countries, including Mexico, United Stat... More »

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The lowest point in North America is Death Valley, which is located at 282 feet below sea level. Death Valley is located in eastern California and is part of Death Valley National Park. More »