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Major cities of North America?
Major cities in North Dakota include the capitol city Bismarck. Other major cities include Fargo, Minot, Grand Forks, and Williston.
The capitals of the most populous countries on the North American continent are: 1. Mexico City, Mexico 2. Washington, United States 3. Ottawa, Canada 4. Santo Domingo, Domin…ican Republic
Los Angeles, Seattle, San Diego, Vancouver BC
There are actually quite a few major industries in North America. The timber, fishing, and automobile industries are very big.
North America is not a country but a continent and therefore has no capital city. Three countries make up the continent; Canada, USA and Mexico. Capital Cities: Canada =… Ottawa USA = Washington D.C Mexico = Mexico City North America is a continent, not a country, and therefore does not have a capital. Its major cities are New York, Los Angeles, Mexico City, Montreal, Toronto, and Chicago.
The major river in North America is the Mississippi River.
The capital is Raleigh, other major cities include Wilmington, Charlotte, Greensboro, and Asheville.
Some major cities in the Great Plains include Amarillo, Oklahoma City, Saskatoon, Omaha, and Calgary.
Major cities in North Carolina include Durham, Raleigh, Charlotte, Asheville and Death Valley
Mexico City, Mexico with a population of 20,450,000 people; it is the third largest city in the world. My name is so and so and i think new mexico city is the largest city i…n north america
The Capital city is Raleigh and the largest city is Charlotte.
The major religions in North America, in broad terms would probably be, in order: Christianity, Judaism, Islam, Buddhism, Hinduism, and Sikhism. As of 2000, the approximate …percentages are: Christianity Mexico: 97%United States: 76%Canada: 77% Judaism United States: 1.2%to 2.2%Canada: 1.1%Mexico: 0.04% Islam United States: 0.8%Canada: 2.0% Mexico: 0.1% Buddhism United States: 0.5% to 0.9%Canada: 1.0%Mexico: 0.1% Hinduism United States: 0.4%Canada: 1.0%Mexico: less than 0.05% Sikh United States: 0.2% Canada: 0.9%Mexico: less than 0.05% The rest of the population is split between other religions, agnostics and atheists.
Campeche, on the west coast of the Yucatan Penninsula in Mexico, has a very substantial wall built by the Spanish to fend off English and French buccaneers. It is a World Heri…tage Site. We visited it a month ago. The old walled city is in beautiful condition, almost as good a Cartagena de Indias, Colombia. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Campeche,_Campeche Also... Quebec is another walled city in North America. Algonquin for "where the river narrows", Quebec was originally a French port in the early 19th century. It was built at the narrowest part of the St. Lawrence river so that no ship could sail towards the Great Lakes, or to the Atlantic Ocean, with out permission from whoever controlled it. Other walled cities in North America include St. Augustine, Florida and Charleston, South Carolina. \n. \n. Spanish St. Augustine was the first of only three walled cities ever constructed in North America; the other two are (English) Charleston, South Carolina and (French) Quebec City, Canada. Castillo de San Marcos National Monument, Florida