There are 23 countries in North America. They are the United States, Canada, Mexico, Cuba, Dominican Republic, Guatemala, Costa Rica, Panama, Trinidad and Tobago, El Salvador, Honduras, Jamaica, Nicaragua, Haiti, Bahamas... More »

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... More »

North America has no capital city because it is a continent, not a country. However, the countries that make up North America have their own capital cities. More »

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... More »

The Isthmus of Panama divides North America and South America. The narrow Isthmus of Panama contains the country of Panama and the Panama Canal. The isthmus separates the Caribbean Sea and Atlantic Ocean from the Gulf of... More »

The physical regions of North America are the West, the Canadian Shield, the Great Plains, the East and the Caribbean. These regions, which include Mexico and Central America, house the major world biomes and a diversity... More »

North America has no capital city because it is a continent, not a country. However, the countries that make up North America have their own capital cities. More »