North America is one of the most developed regions in the world. Here are some of the richest countries in the world, but there are also some pretty poor and underdeveloped countries. Almost the entire population of North America consists of migrants from all over the world.
The biggest ethnical diversity can be seen on the territory of the United States. Although there are significant social contrasts, America is one of the best places in the world for living, working and getting a good education.
Caribbean Islands, which are part of North America are one of the two most important tourist region of the planet (the other is the Mediterranean). North America is very rich in natural resources, which is a solid foundation of local economy.
Major cities in North America are famous by the fact that many of them have impressive architecture into the central commercial area and there are beautiful separate residential neighbourhoods, unlike Europe, where this is different and many people live into the central parts of the cities.
Nature of North America is extremely diverse, and because of this reason from its northern to its southern parts the continent change beyond recognition.
Landscapes vary from arctic wilderness into the extreme north of Canada to the dense rainforests of the south in Costa Rica and Panama. A typical feature of North America’s west coast is that in these parts of the continent prevail mountainous relief, while for the Atlantic coast are typical lower elevations and coastal lowlands.