Physical map of Latin America. The term Latin America is used loosely to refer to all the American countries south of the United States: used this way, it covers the whole of South America, Central America, Mexico, and the Caribbean. It is used in a strict sense to refer solely to the nations in those geographical regions where the Spanish and Portuguese languages predominate; this narrower definition excludes the countries and territories where English and other languages are spoken (Jamaica, Belize, Guyana, Suriname, Haiti, etc).
United States map with state capitals. 50 states which have membership of the federation known as the United States of America. The separate state governments and the U.S. federal government share sovereignty. The United States Constitution allocates power between the two levels of government in general terms.
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United States Highway Map including: State Capitals, Cities, US Interstates (numbered), US Highways (numbered), Major Freeways, Highways, and Toll Roads, Major Lakes & Rivers, Time Zones, Insets of Hawaii and Alaska .
Physical map of the United States with main geographycal features and highway system. Of the 50 states, however, there are two, Alaska and Hawaii, which are neither contiguous with the other forty-eight nor with each other, and the U.S. has also a collection of districts, territories, and possessions around the world. Each of the fifty states has a high level of local autonomy under the system of federalism.
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United States map with cities including: State Capitals, Cities, US Interstates (numbered), US Highways (numbered), Major Freeways, Highways, and Toll Roads, Major Lakes & Rivers, Time Zones, Insets of Hawaii and Alaska .