North American Countries Capitals Currencies

North American Countries Capitals Currencies – North America is the World’s third-largest continent – 24,474,000 km² covering approximately 16.5% of the Earth’s land and 5% of the Earth’s surface. The eastern side of the continent is generally lower than the west which contains the Rocky mountains. The five Great Lakes lie on the United States Canadian border.

North American Countries Capitals Currencies

North American Countries Capitals Currencies

AnguillaThe ValleyEast Caribbean Dollar
Antigua and BarbudaSt. John’sEast Caribbean Dollar
ArubaOranjestadAruban florin
BahamasNassauBahamian Dollar
BarbadosBridgetownBarbadian Dollar
BelizeBelmopanBelize Dollar
BermudaHamiltonBermudian Dollar
BonaireKralendijkUnited States Dollar
British Virgin IslandsRoad TownUnited States Dollar
CanadaOttawaCanadian Dollar
Cayman IslandsGeorge TownCayman Islands Dollar
Costa RicaSan JoséCosta Rican colon
CubaHavanaCuban peso
CuraçaoWillemstadNetherlands Antillean guilder
DominicaRoseauEast Caribbean Dollar
Dominican RepublicSanto  DomingoDominican peso
El SalvadorSan SalvadorUnited States Dollar
GreenlandNuukDanish Krone
GrenadaSt. George’sEast Caribbean Dollar
GuatemalaGuatemala CityGuatemalan quetzal
HaitiPort-au-PrinceHaitian gourde
HondurasTegucigalpaHonduran lempira
JamaicaKingstonJamaican Dollar
MexicoMexico CityMexican peso
MontserratPlymouthEast Caribbean Dollar
NicaraguaManaguaNicaraguan cordoba
PanamaPanama CityUnited States Dollar, Panamanian balboa
Puerto RicoSan JuanUnited States Dollar
SabaThe BottomUnited States Dollar
Saint BarthélemyGustaviaEuro
Saint Kitts and NevisBasseterreEast Caribbean Dollar
Saint LuciaCastriesEast Caribbean Dollar
Saint MartinMarigotEuro
Saint Pierre and MiquelonSaint-PierreEuro
Saint Vincent and the GrenadinesKingstownEast Caribbean Dollar
Sint EustatiusOranjestadUnited States Dollar
Sint MaartenPhilipsburgNetherlands Antillean guilder
Trinidad and TobagoPort of SpainTrinidad and Tobago Dollar
Turks and Caicos IslandsCockburn TownUnited States Dollar
United StatesWashington, D.C.United States Dollar
United States Virgin IslandsCharlotte AmalieUnited States Dollar

Facts About North America:

  • North America has the largest number of people who speak English either as their first language (231 million people) or speak English as their second language and who describe themselves as speaking English ‘very well’ or fluently.
  • Italian explorer Christopher Columbus was the first European to navigate to North America in 1492.
  • North America is the continent which is home to the largest Christian population in the world. Almost 80% of the people in Canada, the USA and Mexico consider themselves as Christians.
  • North America was named after the explorer Americo Vespucci.
  • North America is the only continent that has every kind of climate – Tropical, Dry, Continental, Moderate, and Polar.
  • Lake Superior, one of the Great Lakes, is the largest fresh water lake in the world. It is located on the border between the United States and Canada.
  • North America has the highest average income per person as compared to any other continent and average food intake per person is also greater than that of any other continents.
  • North America is the third-largest continent in area (9.54 million square miles), following Asia and Africa, and the fourth in population after Asia, Africa, and Europe.
  • The first written constitution of the world is that of U.S.
  • The second largest producer of natural gas is United States. Russia is the largest Producer of Natural Gas.
  • The first inhabitants of North America are believed to be of Asian origin.
  • Glidden Sholes invented typewriter in North America.
  • North America is home to the longest highway in the world.
  • Niagara Falls of North America is one of the most popular waterfalls in the world.

– North American Countries Capitals Currencies

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