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Articles about towns, cultural and tourist attractions in the Panamanian province of Panama.

[Thumbnail: Biomuseum building in Panama City.]

The Biomuseum

By: Marino Jaén Espinosa

Museum that showcases the biological diversity of Panama. [More]

[Thumbnail: Painting of the Virgin Mary in the Religious Colonial Art Museum in Panama.]

Colonial Religious Art Museum of Panama

By: Marino Jaén Espinosa

Museum located in a chapel in the Old Quarter of Panama City. [More]

[Thumbnail: Museum at Chepo, Panama]

Museum of Chepo

By: Marino Jaén Espinosa

Small museum in Eastern Panama with interesting pieces from the Pre-Columbian times to the 20th Century. [More]

[Thumbnail: Taboga's Catholic church, Panama.]

Taboga, the Island of the Flowers

By: Marino Jaén Espinosa

An ideal destination for a daytrip from Panama City, this island offers beach, nature and history. [More]

[Thumbnail: Image of Saint Christopher, at Chepo's entrance.]

Chepo, Town at the Eastern Gates of Panama City

By: Marino Jaén Espinosa

This town has a rich history featuring Spanish conquistadores, maroon blacks, kuna indians and pirates. [More]

[Thumbnail: National Archives of Panama's building]

Bellavistine Architectural Style

By: Tamara Ponce

The neighborhoods of Bella Vista and La Exposicion are, arguably, the most beautiful area of Panama City. [More]

[Thumbnail: A rooster stands on top of the obelisk at France Square.]

France Square at the Old Quarter

By: Tamara Ponce

This square and its walls used to be the main fortification of the Second City of Panama. [More]

[Thumbnail: Kuna Nega logo]

Kuna Nega Community, Just Minutes Away From Panama City

By: Marino Jaén Espinosa

A Kuna Indian town nested in the hills north of Panama City. [More]

[Thumbnail: Empollerada head shown at the Museum of the Pollera.]

Dora P. de Zarate Museum of the Pollera

By: Marino Jaén Espinosa

Several polleras of different styles are shown in this museum. [More]

[Thumbnail: Grave marker at the French Cementery]

French Cementery at Paraiso

By: Marino Jaén Espinosa

Many French builders of the Panama Canal are buried here. [More]

[Thumbnail: Casa Miller, at Mi Pueblito Afroantillano.]

Mi Pueblito, A Tourist Attraction of Panama City

By: Marino Jaén Espinosa

Nested in Ancon Hill, this open-air museum is right in the middle of the city. [More]

[Thumbnail: Embera woman from Tusipono village.]

Tusipono, Embera Indian Village on the Chagres River (Part II)

By: Marino Jaén Espinosa

Handicrafts and traditional dances by the villagers. [More]

[Thumbnail: Traditional Embera house.]

Tusipono, Embera Indian Village on the Chagres River (Part I)

By: Marino Jaén Espinosa

Travel in the Chagres by pirogue and visit to a nearby waterfall. [More]

[Thumbnail: Engine of the Panama Canal.]

The Miraflores Locks at the Panama Canal

By: Marino Jaén Espinosa

See the pictures and learn how this engineering marvel works. [More]

[Thumbnail: Ruins of Old Panama]

Panama La Vieja Ruins

By: Marino Jaén Espinosa

Ruins of the first City of Panama. Founded in 1519 and destroyed by the pirate Henry Morgan in 1671. [More]

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