In this section, our readers will find books on the history of Central America. You will learn about the main trends in the historical development of Central America from ancient times to the beginning of the twentieth century. Lively and fascinating stories about the features of the development of the economy, politics, culture of this region, about the unique civilization that has developed here. The books are intended not only for specialists but also for all those who are interested in the rich past of Central America.
Geographically, Central America is located between the Americas on a narrow strip of land between the Isthmus of Panama in the south and the Tehuantepec Isthmus in the north.
Geologically it belongs to the North American continent.
Politically, Central America includes a number of states that historically constituted the United Provinces of Central America, former Spanish colonies.
Central America is made up of seven countries: El Salvador, Costa Rica, Belize, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua, and Panama.
In all Central American states (with the exception of English-speaking Belize), the dominant language is Spanish. The population is represented by the descendants of native Indians, European colonialists and Negro slaves.
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