Pan-American Highway

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Auto enthusiasts have been intrigued by the idea of being able to travel the entire length of the Americas, from Alaska to Argentina, since the inception of the Pan-American Highway in 1923.  There is some debate as to what the route of the North American section of the Pan-American Highway is, because official routes have not been dedicated in Canada and the United States. 

Mexico was the first Latin American country to complete its portion of the Pan-American Highway in 1950.  Reasonable passage can be made from Alaska to Mexico, and on through Central America before the northern section of the highway ends in Panama.

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February 16, 2008 new by approaching genius

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