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English: Common geographical regions of Latin America
Español: Regiones geográficas típicas de América Latina
Source Geografía Quinto Grado (Geography, Fifth Grade)
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  1. María Alejandra Acosta García; Sheridan González, Ma. de Lourdes Romero, Luis Reza, Araceli Salinas (June 2011) "Three" in CONALITEG , ed. Geografía, Quinto Grado (Geography, Fifth Grade) (Second Edition ed.), Mexico City: Secretaría de Educación Pública (Secretariat of Public Education), pp. 75-83 Retrieved on 25 September 2011.
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