At one point, the Louisiana Territory
Spain sent more expeditions than England to the middle part of the u.s.
Holland, are two regions in the west of the country. south and north Holland. In these regions there are many famous landmarks and awesome cities to visit.
Holland is in the Netherlands, being two of the 12 regions in the Netherlands. They are North Holland and South Holland.
Holland is a land of farmers, especially in the norther regions. They grow anything from strawberry's to carrots
If you mean by regions provinces: Noord Holland Zuid Holland Zeeland Friesland Groningen Drenthe Overijssel Gelderland Utrecht Noord-Brabant Limburg Flevoland
The tropical regions of the Americas.
I'm sure that it was when goods from three different regions were traded like (weapons to the Americas and from the Americas tobacco )....were passed on to three different regions.
In 1770, Lieutenant James Cook (not yet a Captain) claimed "New South Wales", which was actually Australia's eastern half, for Britain. He claimed the east coast under instruction from King George III of England. At that time, no-one had claimed the western half or the south. In 1829, Captain Charles Fremantle was sent to take formal possession of the remainder of New Holland which had not already been claimed for Britain under the territory of New South Wales. On 2 May 1829, Captain Fremantle raised the Union Jack on the south head of the Swan River, thus claiming the territory for Britain. The southern regions were claimed by virtue of establishing more colonies. Had the French beaten the British to these regions, Australia could well be one-third French by now ...
Both regions are located in the Americas, and both were colonies of European powers. While Latin America was settled by France, Spain and Portugal, Anglo-America was mostly settled by England.
Most likely in the Americas
On the coastal regions.
The two Scottish regions that border England are 'Borders' and 'Dumfries & Galloway'.
The 5 Olympic Regions are Africa The Americas (South and North America) Asia Europe and Oceania...
The United Kingdom has four regions. England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland.
The four regions or countries of the United Kingdom are: England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland.
Holland isn't a city . . . its a common name for the country of the Netherlands. The name originates because North Holland and South Holland are two of the biggest regions in the country. You might want to rethink your question.
UK broadly has 4 Regions namely England, Scotland, Wales and Ireland and England in turn has 9 sub regions namely East Midlands, East of England, Greater London, North East England, North West England, South East England, South West England, West Midlands and Yorkshire & The Humber.
not so many
in the americas, from polar regions to the equator
Europe, Asia, the Americas, Africa, Australia
great lakes and the gulf of mexico