Iconic cities, snowy mountains, burning deserts, raw wilderness – North America is truly epic.
The continent covers every climatic zone, from the endless Arctic tundra to the steamy tropics. It’s a place of breathtaking natural beauty, incredible wildlife, and vast proportions.
North America is a land largely populated by immigrants and their descendants. As such, cities like New York, Mexico City, Los Angeles and Toronto are some of the most diverse, multicultural places in the world.
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