How many nations are in Central America?
There are about 20 or more if i am correct
No, it is not. The question brings up an important point. Many people habitually refer to the US as America, and it's really not possible to stop that from happening. The truth is that the word America relates to two continents that contain dozens of different sovereign nations. The US is only one of the nations that occupy this part of the world. Latin America is a group of nations where romance languages predominate, and…
Generally speaking, the smallest nations of North America are in a section of North America commonly called Central America. This answer only includes the nations on the mainland, not nations in the Caribbean Sea. The nations that fir into the "smallest category would be Belize, El Salvador and Costa Rica.
If talking about landscapes, then Central America forms a bridge between Mexico and South America. To the east are the island nations scattered throughout the Caribbean Sea. About 80 percent of Central America is hilly mountainous, and most of it is covered with forests. Rain forests cover much of the lowlands. In the higher regions, deciduous trees cloak many of the slopes.
Central America joins North and South America. Central America is made up of these nations: Belize, Guatemala, El Salvador, Honduras, Nicaragua, Costa Rica, and Panama. However, in some parts of the world Mexico is thought of as part of Central America. On the other hand, the European Union considers neither Mexico nor Belize part of Central America.