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Central and South America is situated between the Pacific Ocean and the Atlantic Ocean .
It became attached to North America The Andes , likewise a comparatively young and seismically restless mountain range, run down the western edge of the continent.
The dense Amazon rainforest.
The jagged spires of the Andes Mountains.
Tropical beaches. Towering waterfalls.
With this kind of nature all around, it's no wonder why Central and South America have become nearly synonymous with ecotours.
The cloud forests of Costa Rica, the birds and animals of Belize, the otherworldly Amazon rainforest, Ecuador's Galapagos Islands, Argentina's 22,834-foot Mount Aconcagua, Chile's Class V Rio Futaleufu, Mayan ruins hidden in the jungles of Guatemala, Peru's Machu Picchu...
There is an endless variety of things to see and do in Central and South America.
Spain is located on the Iberian peninsula, of which it occupies 80% (the remaining 20% being Portugal), in the southwest of Europe. To the north are France and Andorra with the Pyrenees as a natural border.
Spain is the third country in Europa as for it's size and fifth as for population numbers. It has a surface of about 505.955 square kilometers. This includes all the islands above mentioned. Spain counts more than 40 million people, most of them living in the cities or along the Costa's. Spain is divided into 19 autonomous areas, including the areas outside the Iberian peninsula. The most prosperous areas are Madrid, Catalonia and the Basque Country. Extremadura is the poorest area of Spain, adjacent to Portugal, Andalucia, Castilla La Mancha and Castillia y Lon.
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