Geography in United States of America

America shares its border with Canada on the north and Mexico on the South. It is flanked by the North Atlantic Ocean on the east and the North Pacific Ocean on the west. This third largest country on the planet in terms of area has varied topography – the eastern regions have hills and low mountains (think Appalachian Mountains) while the central region is the Great Plains region. The western region has high mountain ranges (think Rocky Mountains), of which some are volcanic in the North-West. The lowest point in America is in Death Valley (-86 meters) and the highest is Mt. McKinley (6,198 meters). These regions have some of the most stunning landscapes in the world. More broadly, the country is divided into six regions – New England, the mid-Atlantic, the South, the Midwest, the Southwest, and the West. All these regions have a historical significance of when and how the people settled there. 

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