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Latin American countries and their capitals

Latin American countries1. INTRODUCTION

Below you can find a list with all the current Latin American countries and their capitals (2024).

I hope you find the information interesting.

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2. LATIN AMERICAN COUNTRIES AND THEIR CAPITALS (2024)

  1. Argentina: Buenos Aires
  2. Bolivia: Sucren1
  3. Brazil: Brasilia
  4. Chile: Santiago de Chile
  5. Colombia: Bogotá
  6. Costa Rica: San José
  7. Cuba: Havana
  8. Ecuador: Quito
  9. El Salvador: San Salvador
  10. Guatemala: Guatemala City
  11. Haiti: Port-au-Prince
  12. Honduras: Tegucigalpa
  13. Mexico: Mexico City
  14. Nicaragua: Managua
  15. Panama: Panama City
  16. Paraguay: Asunción
  17. Perú: Lima
  18. Dominican Republic: Santo Domingo
  19. Uruguay: Montevideo
  20. Venezuela: Caracas

 

3. MAP WITH THE LOCATION OF THE LATIN AMERICAN COUNTRIES

Latin American countries

 

4. NOTES AND CLARIFICATIONS

  1. The capital of Bolivia is Sucre according to the constitution of the own country. More information [HERE]
  2. The term “Latin America” ​​is defined by the Royal Spanish Academy as the set of American countries in which the majority of the languages ​​spoken come from Latin (specifically Spanish, Portuguese and French) or as the set of countries of America that were colonized by Latin nations (Spain, Portugal and France).r1, r2 and r3.
  3. Puerto Rico (US) and French Guiana (France) are not sovereign countries.

 

5. RELATED

Flags of the Latin American countries

 

6. REFERENCES

  1. Royal Spanish Academy – Diccionario panhispánico de dudas (2024). Latinoamérica. Text in Spanish. Avaliable [HERE].
  2. Royal Spanish Academy – Diccionario de la lengua española (2024). Latinoamericano. Text in Spanish. Avaliable [HERE].
  3. Saberespractico.com (2024). Países de América Latina. Text in Spanish. Avaliable [HERE].
  4. Heraldry (2009). Orthographic projection of Latin America. Original map avaliable [HERE].
 

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23 Comments

    • 1) Puerto Rico is not a sovereign country (it’s a dependency of the US).

      2) Spain is an european country, not a latinamerican one.

    • 1) About Panama, you’re right.

      2) About Bolivia, according to their own constitution (article 6. I.), the only capital is Sucre.

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