Which European country had the most colonies in Americas?
Spain qualifies as such.
Britain definitely had most colonies
Great Britain was most successful in establishing a mercantile empire. A lot of this had to do with the vast extent of its empire - it had colonies in the Americas, the Indian subcontinent, and Australia.
It was the United Kingdom.
The Spanish established colonies in the Americas long before many other European countries because they were the early pioneers (or, pathfinders) in the Age of Exploration. With the inclination and income pertinent for supporting explorers, they sent out teams ready to colonize (and conquer) well before most of their European rivals.
Until the 1830's, Spain qualified as such. After that, most overseas colonies in the Americas were already independent and fell under the sphere of influence of the United States.
Spain's two most important colonies in the Americas were Mexico and Peru. Those two colonies had the rich mines.
Spain colonized most of Latin America, followed by Portugal and France.
It brought more power and wealth to European countries. It also opened European immigration to the Americas, which is the reason why most Americans (being people of the Americas) are of European descent and live in Europeanized cultures.
Spain since they had the most slaves and laborers to mine the gold and silver
Spain controlled all of South America and Central America. It also controlled a third of north America
Portugal was the leader. Exporting 5,074,900. Which is 46% of the total slaves being exported from Europe. America imported about 340,000. Most coming from Portugal.
During the colonial times, which promptly followed the Age of Exploration, the Spanish quickly became the most powerful of all the powers in Europe. Spain, unlike all other European powers (England, France, and Portugal) had colonies in all of the Americas. They had colonies in North America, Central America, and South America. However most of their colonies were in South America ( and that is why most South America speaks Spanish).
Great Britain (United Kingdom) held most colonies out of all the European countries, under the British Empire. The French were also later forced, by treaty, to hand their Canadian territories to the British Empire.
Which were the most successful in establishing new colonies and increasing their power in the Americas during the Era of European Exploration from 1492-1607?
Spanish was the leading colonial power in the Americas in the sixteenth century. England did not have any presence in what is now the United States until the early seventeenth century.
Denmark is the most densely populated Northern European country.
It is the Northern Americas which Britain occupied the most.
The United States of America is the most populous country in the Americas. Sao Paulo in Brazil is the most populous city
Most of the European nations were too exhausted and devastated at the end of World II to continue supporting their colonies. Also, the colonies realized that their colonizers were no longer able to protect them as they originally had.
funding colonies in the Americas
Russia is the most populated European country. European Russia alone boasts over 110,000,000. However, disregarding Russia completely, Germany would be the most populated European country with over 82,000,000.
In 1750 the country that posed the most serious threat to the English colonies in the north America was?
France and or Spain but, France was a bigger threat. In 1750 the country that posed the most serious threat to the English colonies in North America was France and or Spain, but France was a bigger threat. In the 1770's is when Spain started taking over the European (french) colonies in North America. But, in 1750 it was France.
Neither. Russia is the most Eastern European country.
The West Africans contributed significantly to the European settlement of the Americas, but not of their free will. Most of them were brought here as slaves to be sold to owners of plantations or as house servants.
Iceland is the most western European nation. However, Norway is the most northern.
Germany has most bridges
The country that exports the most cereals in the European Union is France. Germany is another country in the European Union that exports a lot of cereals as well.
It most certainly is.
Denmark ! :)
The criollos, or people of Spanish origin born in the Americas.
Germany has the most breweries on any European country and the second most in the world.
Most countries in Western Europe have had colonies and empires, like Britain, The Netherlands, France, Spain and Germany...
England is the most densely populated eastern European country. England has a population 395 people living in each square kilometer of the country.
Britain, France and Spain were the first countries to colonize in the New World. Spain was the first, since it was the most powerful European country, adn it colonized Mexico and the West. France's colonies were farther north, in what is now Canada. Britain was last to colonize and it had the 13 bristish colonies split in three colonies: New England, Middle, and Southern colonies.
A bit of Chile is the southern-most tip of the Americas.
Do you mean which country outside of the USA? We love the USA. But if we travel I say our most favorite country to travel in is the United Kingdom.
Britain, France, and Germany
yes, Spain is the southwestern most country on the European continent
The size of the mother country, in most cases, is much smaller than its colonies.
Slovenia receives the most precipitation out of any European country.
small, relatively isolated rural communities.
The winner of that dubious honor would probably be Smallpox.
Tigers are not indigenous to most countries. All of the Americas, Europe, Africa and most of Asia.
Most New World countries (the Americas) have rather peaceful relations between ethnic groups as do most European countries. Africa and Asia, by and large, have acrimonious relationships between ethnic groups.
Argentina, except for his economy.
The countries of the Middle East were colonies of a number of countries. The most were colonies of Britain, however, there were some other colonies of Portugal, Russia, the Netherlands, and France.
The northern European country that has benefited the most from the north sea oil is Denmark. Most foreign workers in Germany are of Turkish origin.