contains over 85,000 records of world climate data (historical weather averages) from a wide range of sources. See about worldclimate for details and instructions. At present, all placenames and COUNTRIES are shown with the names they had at the time the data was recorded. everything changed—the way cities and regions grew, the way transportation took place, which industries succeeded and which failed. In the 1920s, Detroit came to be the world headquarters of the global automobile industry and the wealthiest city in the country with the fastest growing population of any city in the world. The world's leading event for cities. Where government and corporate leaders come together to accelerate sustainable, inclusive cities and collectivize urban innovation.

Maps Represent the World . A map is a drawing created to represent the world or a part of the world's surface. Maps show where physical or natural features, such as lakes and mountains, are found. They also show where human or political features, such as cities and country boundaries, are located. See our list of Spanish-speaking countries with their capital cities if you need to revise this topic. You may also be interested in our List of Countries and Nationalities in Spanish. If you found this Spanish Vocabulary Game about Capital cities of Spanish-speaking countries fun or useful, let others know about it: