Pan-American Highway (Carreterra Panamericana) -- aka Central America Highway 1

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Auto enthusiast have been intrigued by the idea of traveling from the top to bottom of the Americas from Alaska to Argentina since the inception of the Pan-American Highway in 1923.  Travelers can travel the entire length of Central America from Texas to Panama.  However, the jungle between Panama and Columbia, known as the Darién Gap, is the only portion of the Pan-American Highway that has not been completed.  So the northern section of the highway ends in Yaviza, Panama. 

The entire length of the Pan-American Highway in Central America follows Central America Highway 1.  Central American countries that can be visited on the Pan-American Highway are Guatemala, El Salvador, Honduras, Nicaragua, Cost Rica, and Panama.

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February 16, 2008 new by approaching genius

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