WHS located along the Pan-American Highway.
|Canadian Rocky Mountain Parks|
|Churches of Chiloé||Churches of Castro, Nercon|
|Darien National Park||The highway is interrupted here for about 100km|
|Humberstone and Santa Laura Saltpeter Works||A few 100 meters from the highway (Ruta 5)|
|Lima||The highway runs through the city, including the historic center|
|Los Katios National Park||The map of the Park on the UNESCO Web site shows "Carretera Panamericana Proyecto" passing across it in the south|
|Mexico City and Xochimilco||The Pan-American Highway (as Mexico Highway 85D) enters Mexico City.|
|Nasca Lines||Observation tower is along the highway|
|Oaxaca and Monte Alban||Highway 190 from Mexico City passes through the city on its way to the Guatemalan frontier at Ciudad Cuauhatemoc where it becomes CA1|
|Puebla||Highway 190 from Mexico City passes through the city on its way to the Guatemalan frontier at Ciudad Cuauhatemoc where it becomes CA1|
|Quito||Ecuador Highway 35 passes through Quito|
|Santa Ana de los Rios de Cuenca||Ecuador Highway 35 passes through Cuenca|
|Talamanca Range-La Amistad Reserves||Tapantí-Macizo de la Muerte National Park - The border of this national park more or less follows the outline of the highway for some 20-30 km, between the towns of Trinidad and Villa Mills|
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