what are the seven countries that make up central america
In Central America.
No, Central America is a region, and part of the North American continent.
In North America we classify the Central American countries and those of the Caribbean Sea as Central America. Thus North America constitutes Canada, the US and Mexico. Some people never heard of Central America or all the countries in it. I just show where it is and what countries belong in it. Some people think Central America is part of South America, but if you look very close Guatemala is connected to Mexico. So Central America is in North America.
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Yes, Central America is a region.
Canada and the United States are part of the Anglo-American region (in contrast to Latin America, where Spanish, Portuguese and French are spoken). Sometimes, other Central American and Caribbean countries are included as well, such as Jamaica, Belize and Bahamas.
Mexico and most countries found in Central America, the Caribbean and South America.
No, it is a region of North America. It includes all of the countries south of Mexico in North America.
Yes. Latin America is the cultural region spanning Mexico, Central America, the Caribbean and South America. The region includes all countries that speak Spanish, French and Portuguese.
The American Southwest. Also Central America and Latin America qualify as such.
The geographical region that connects the continent of North America to the continent of South America is called Central America. Central America is comprised of seven countries: Belize, Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua, and Panama.
Central America is not a country. It is a region of the continent North America. The countries in Central America are Belize, Guatemala, El Salvador, Honduras, Nicaragua, Costa Rica, and Panama.
The African heritage in the region
The seven countries in Central America are (from north to south) Belize, Guatemala, Honduras, El Salvador, Nicaragua, Costa Rica, and Panama. *Mexico is often included as a region with these countries.
No its not. Central America is a part of North America geographically. However, politically it is simply referred to as Central America. It is not a continent nor is it a country. It is a region in the world that is comprised of many small countries
Central America is not a country nor continent. It is a region between north and south America. It belongs to the north American continent.
It isn't; at least not in geographic terms. Central America is a region WITHIN North America. Central America could however, be grouped along with Mexico, the Caribbean and South America as part of a large cultural region known as Latin America.
Mexico is actually a country, and the other countries are small, so they're considered as Central America. And it is considered to be part of Central America. It's actually not a part of Central America,and Mexico is in the middle with other countries so it's called Middle America.
Central America is the name for the region located between Northern America and South America. It contains the countries of Belize, Guatemala, Honduras, El Salvador, Nicaragua, Costa Rica, and Panama.
All countries south of the United States. This region is composed by Mexico, Central America, The Caribbean and South America.
The region is conventionally called Central America, even though it is still part of North America. Latin America is conventionally considered Mexico and all Central and South American countries south of Mexico. Some countries, such as Belize speak English. Brazil speaks Portuguese, but that is in a broad sense considered a Latin language, even though by "Latin" is usually meant Spanish -speaking.
The Mexican peninsula of Yucatan and 6 of the countries of Central America form the western boundary of the Caribbean Sea, which is the sea between Cuba and South America.
Latin America is the cultural region spanning Mexico, Central America, the Caribbean and South America. Specifically, all countries where French, Spanish and Portuguese are spoken. The largest concentration of Latin Americas, besides the countries located in the region above, is Anglo America, or Canada and the United States, where most of the Latino or Hispanic populations are located.
As for Blu-ray Region Code: Region A includes most North, Central and South American and Southeast Asian countries plus the Republic of China (Taiwan), Japan, Hong Kong, Macau and Korea.