History UsefulNotes / LatinAmerica

21st Jun '16 3:31:22 PM Bat178
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->'''Capital''': Sucre

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->'''Capital''': Sucre->'''Capitals''': Sucre (Judicial), La Paz (Executive)
17th May '16 9:22:28 PM Dimas28
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* UsefulNotes/FrenchGuiana

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* UsefulNotes/FrenchGuianaUsefulNotes/FrenchGuiana (administered by France)
17th May '16 9:17:46 PM Dimas28
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Latin America is a name that has gained prominence in the XIX century thanks to the French who were the first to propose the term, as its name implies, is the part of America that was mostly influenced by contries of Latin heritage (Spain, Portugal and France), however in culture only some parts of the Francophone would be considered as Latin while the others are more Anglo influenced.

As a whole, Latin America englobes most of the eponymous continent from Mexico to Argentina, its historically and culturally the Latin countries are catholic, however there has been an increase of the Adventist in various countries.

The term itself has provoked some problems regarding the usage of the name latin or latino, given that these terms are also used commonly to refer to the people born in Latin America although they originally meant someone born in Latium, Italy.

Note: UsefulNotes/{{Guyana}}, UsefulNotes/{{Surinam}} and UsefulNotes/{{Belize}} have been removed from this list due to the fact that they are primarily Indo-Caribbean rather than Latin American in culture.

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Latin America is a name that has gained prominence in the XIX 19th century thanks to the French French, who were the first to propose the term, as term. As its name implies, it is the part of America the Americas that was is mostly influenced by contries the countries of Latin heritage (Spain, Portugal (UsefulNotes/{{Spain}}, UsefulNotes/{{Portugal}} and France), however UsefulNotes/{{France}}); however, in culture culture, only some parts of the Francophone would be considered as Latin while the others are more Anglo influenced.

As a whole, Latin America englobes most of the eponymous continent from Mexico to Argentina, its historically and culturally Argentina. Historically, it was influenced by Catholicism, which in many of the Latin countries are catholic, however there has been an increase of designed the Adventist in various countries.

primary religion (but not state-endorsed), although Adventism has recently gained considerable popularity.

The term itself has provoked some problems regarding the usage of the name latin Latin or latino, Latino, given that these terms are also used commonly to refer to the people born in Latin America America, although they originally meant someone born in Latium, Italy.

Lazio[[note]]Ancient Latium[[/note]], UsefulNotes/{{Italy}}.

Note: UsefulNotes/{{Guyana}}, UsefulNotes/{{Surinam}} UsefulNotes/{{Suriname}} and UsefulNotes/{{Belize}} have been removed from this list due to the fact that they are primarily Indo-Caribbean rather than Latin American in culture.



!Countries and Commonwealths

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!Countries !Countries, Commonwealths, and CommonwealthsTerritories



->'''Capital & Largest City''': San Jose

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->'''Capital & Largest City''': San JoseJosé



->'''Largest City''': Leon

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->'''Largest City''': LeonLeón



* UsefulNotes/PuertoRico

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* UsefulNotes/PuertoRicoUsefulNotes/PuertoRico (administered by the United States)



* UsefulNotes/{{Guadeloupe}} (administered by France)
->'''Capital''': Basse-Terre
->'''Largest City''': Pointe-à-Pitre




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* UsefulNotes/{{Martinique}} (administered by France)
->'''Capital & Largest City''': Fort-de-France
* [[UsefulNotes/SaintBarthelemy Saint Barthélemy]] (administered by France)
->'''Capital & Largest City''': Gustavia
* UsefulNotes/SaintMartin (administered by France)
->'''Capital & Largest City''': Marigot



->'''Capital & Largest City''': Bogota

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->'''Capital & Largest City''': BogotaBogotá



->'''Capital & Largest City''': Asuncion

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->'''Capital & Largest City''': AsuncionAsunción



->'''Capital''': Brasilia
->'''Largest City''': Sao Paulo

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->'''Capital''': Brasilia
Brasília
->'''Largest City''': Sao PauloSão Paulo
* UsefulNotes/FrenchGuiana
->'''Capital & Largest City''': Cayenne
9th Dec '15 9:53:59 PM Bat178
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->'''Largest City Outside The Capital''': Guadalajara
2nd Dec '15 3:27:19 PM NinfaRoma41
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->'''Capital''': Mexico City
->'''Largest City''': Guadalajara

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->'''Capital''': ->'''Capital & Largest City''': Mexico City
->'''Largest City''': City Outside The Capital''': Guadalajara
19th Aug '15 6:34:24 PM Bat178
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->'''Capital & Largest City''': San Jose



->'''Capital & Largest City''': San Salvador



->'''Capital & Largest City''': Guatemala City



->'''Capital & Largest City''': Tegucigalpa



->'''Capital''': Mexico City
->'''Largest City''': Guadalajara



->'''Capital''': Managua
->'''Largest City''': Leon




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->'''Capital & Largest City''': Panama City



->'''Capital & Largest City''': Havana



->'''Capital''': Santo Domingo
->'''Largest City''': Santiago





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\n->'''Capital & Largest City''': San Juan




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->'''Capital & Largest City''': Port-au-Prince



->'''Capital''': Sucre
->'''Largest City''': Santa Cruz



->'''Capital & Largest City''': Bogota



->'''Capital''': Quito
->'''Largest City''': Guayaquil




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->'''Capital & Largest City''': Lima



->'''Capital & Largest City''': Buenos Aires



->'''Capital & Largest City''': Santiago



->'''Capital & Largest City''': Asuncion




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->'''Capital & Largest City''': Montevideo



->'''Capital''': Brasilia
->'''Largest City''': Sao Paulo




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->'''Capital & Largest City''': Caracas
7th Jan '15 1:10:18 PM raziel365
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Note: UsefulNotes/{{Guyana}}, UsefulNotes/{{Suriname}} and UsefulNotes/{{Belize}} have been removed from this list due to the fact that they are primarily Indo-Caribbean rather than Latin American in culture.

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Latin America is a name that has gained prominence in the XIX century thanks to the French who were the first to propose the term, as its name implies, is the part of America that was mostly influenced by contries of Latin heritage (Spain, Portugal and France), however in culture only some parts of the Francophone would be considered as Latin while the others are more Anglo influenced.

As a whole, Latin America englobes most of the eponymous continent from Mexico to Argentina, its historically and culturally the Latin countries are catholic, however there has been an increase of the Adventist in various countries.

The term itself has provoked some problems regarding the usage of the name latin or latino, given that these terms are also used commonly to refer to the people born in Latin America although they originally meant someone born in Latium, Italy.

Note: UsefulNotes/{{Guyana}}, UsefulNotes/{{Suriname}} UsefulNotes/{{Surinam}} and UsefulNotes/{{Belize}} have been removed from this list due to the fact that they are primarily Indo-Caribbean rather than Latin American in culture.
19th Oct '14 11:43:45 AM Erechel
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* ArgentineLiterature
10th Nov '13 9:16:51 PM ElBuenCuate
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* UsefulNotes/PortugueseLanguage
30th Oct '13 12:45:04 PM MarkLungo
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