Pangaea moved apart at almost the same speed as your fingernails grow.
Well, maybe just a bit slower, but that will depend on where you are looking.
To put that in to a bit more context, it's about 3-6 millimetres each month.
To explain even further, Pangaea (or Pangea) was a large land mass which took up around a third of the world and gradually broke away to form the countries and continents we know today via a plate tectonics. A scientist called Alfred Wegener proposed the idea of 'Continental Drift' in 1912 and it was during one of his talks (or symposiums) that the term 'Pangea' was first used (in 1927).