Cuba is the largest island in the Carribean.
(located in the Greater Antilles)
The Great Barrier Reef
Cotopaxi is the name of the highest active volcano in the world.
Yes, Ecuador is the Spanish word for equator.
Believe it or not, I think its Hispaniola; for starters, its the first place where Columbus and company met landfall, so they established a small outpost there which later grew into a fortification, and from a fortification it grew into a town and from a town into a city. The next oldest place, is the Dominican Republic, Santo Domingo having the oldest university (I believe) in the western hemisphere. I could be mistaken though; its either Havana, or some other Cuban city.
You are both right, it is Santo Domingo on the Island of Hispaniola, in the Dominican Republic. Founded in 1496 by Bartholomew Columbus, the younger brother of one, Christopher Columbus.
Leeward islands face away from the northern trade winds.
the answer is CORAL
Caracas is the capital and largest city of Venezuela.
The Andes mountains run north and south for more than 4000 miles through South America.
Belize has only about 333,000 residents as of 2010.
the lesser Antilles
No, Tobago is not one of the Leeward islands.
Several islands, if you look at a map of the US coasts.
The largest city in Switzerland by population is Zürich, then comes Geneva (French: Genève), Basel, Bern (the capital) and Lausanne.
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The narrowest strip of Mexico is called Baja California.
Lisa wants to go quickly.