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Central America is the central geographic region of the Americas. It is variably defined either as being a region of the Americas in its own right or as the southern portion of North America. Physiographically, Central America is a tropical isthmus that connects North and South America. It includes 7 countries and many small offshore islands. Overall, the land is fertile and rugged, and dominated through its heart by a string of volcanic mountain ranges with a few active volcanos.
Cua is a small city capital of the Urdaneta Municipality, located in the Miranda State in the north of Venezuela. Cua is noted for warm and clear weather, with year-round sunshine and 60 days of rainfall annually and an average temperature, but with relative low humidity. With abundant forest and meadows, Cua has a population of 123,000 in 2004, mainly dedicated to agriculture and livestock farming. The most significant districts of Cua are Nueva Cua, Lecumberry, La Fila, Mume, Santa rosa and Aparay. The local Sanctuary of the Virgin of Betania has become famous for its attributed Marian apparitions.

Central America is a popular travel destination for visitors and globe trotters from all over the world who appreciate its beautiful landscapes, rich culture, various local cuisine, hospitality and safety.

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