MapsOfWorld.com features an interactive map of North America that displays all of the continent's nations, as well as the capital city of each country. The map also showcases other major cities, landscape features such as mountains and plateaus, major lakes and rivers, ...
AllAreaCodes.com provides a zoomable map displaying area codes for the United States and a separate map of Canadian area codes. The Kennedy Space Center website maintains an updated phone directory and area code map for U.S. numbers.
North America is a continent located in the Northern and Western Hemispheres, between the Pacific and Atlantic Oceans. It is the third largest continent in the world by area, covering 9,540,000 square miles and 16.5 percent of the land on Earth. The majority of North Am...
Many people think Christopher Columbus discovered North America in 1492. However, archaeological evidence surfaced in 1960 that proved that the Vikings, specifically an explorer named Leif Eriksson, discovered North America nearly 500 years prior, in 1,000 A.D.
The population of North America was 528,720,588 as of 2012, according to World Atlas. The 2013 population of North America is reported as 565,265,000 by Wikipedia.
North America consists of 23 wholly independent countries, which include the United States, Canada, Mexico, Central American countries and Caribbean island countries. North America's southern border is where Panama meets Colombia, and water borders everywhere else. Spec...
Visit GeometryofPlace.com and CrystalLinks.com to find a variety of maps and illustrations of the ley lines in North America, according to New Age beliefs. VortexMaps.com is another website that provides users with maps of ley lines.