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Solemn League and Covenant of North America
Ligue solennelle et l'alliance de l'Amérique du Nord (French)
Højtidelige Liga og Pagtens af Nord Amerika (Danish)
Høytidelige Ligaen og Pakten av Nord Amerika(Norwegian)
Den Högtidliga Nordamerikanska Ligan (Swedish)
Liga solene da América do Norte
Liga i Askrodamię Soleń Nordamerycze
(Mandarin Chinese)
Торжественная лига и пакт Северной Америки
Feierlichen Bund von Nord Amerika
Lega Solenne e Alleanza del Nord America
Solemne Liga y Pacto de América del Norte

Flag of the North American League
Coat of Arms of the North American League
Flag Coat of Arms
Drives on the left
ISO 3166 Code NA
Internet TLD .nal, .slc
Calling code +1

The North American League (also known as the Solemn League and Covenant, NAL, North America, or NAL-SLC) is a federal constitiutional republic composed of several former sovereign entities in North America. The country covers almost all of North America, where all of its prefactures and its federal district at Nouvelle-Bruges, lie between the Pacific and Atlantic Oceans. In the south, the Federal Republic of Central America shares the NAL's only land border.

At 8.4 million square miles (21.73 million km2) and with over 673 million people, it is the largest country in the world by both total and land area, and the third largest by population. It is one of the world's most ethnically diverse and multicultural nations, attributed to its nature as a federation of former colonies of France, Burgundy, China, Japan, Russia, Veneda, Silesia, England, Denmark, Norway, Sweden, Portugal, Spain, and Germany, as well as a Hispano-Mayan state in the Yucatan Peninsula. The North American economy is one of the largest in the world, with an estimated 2011 GDP of $36.1 trillion.