Search and Find the amazing Cities in America of all 36 Countries of the Continent
America, second biggest segregated landmass of the earth, containing the two mainlands of the western side of the equator. America is a typical assignment for either or both North America and South America, for the western half of the globe in general, and for the United States of America. The whole western half of the globe is regularly called the Americas.
The word initially showed up in Cosmographiae introductio (Introduction to Cosmography), altered and distributed in 1507 by the German cartographer Martin Waldseemüller. The name was gotten from Americus, the Latinized given name of the Italian guide Amerigo Vespucci, whose undertakings to the New World are portrayed in the work. As utilized by Waldseemüller, America explicitly alluded to the terrains found by Christopher Columbus, Vespucci, and other early pioneers of the West Indies and the northeastern shoreline of the southern landmass. The Flemish geographer Gerardus Mercator originally utilized the word to show all the western half of the globe on a guide of the world distributed in 1538.
Below is a index of Cities in America separated by country: