Panama, only country in Latin America with the world's tallest buildings

Panama was featured in 2013 as one of the countries in the world, and the only one in Latin America, where skyscrapers reach over 200 meters high, reports the Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat.

The building Bicsa Financial Center, with a height of 267 meters and 66 floors above the ground, is ranked 15th among the 73 tallest buildings built in 2013.

The second tall building that Panama erected in 2013 is the Yoo and Arts Tower, measuring 246 meters high and 78 floors, which is in 26th place of that year.

Over the years, Panama has constructed a total of 60 high-rise buildings, the highest of which, the Trump Ocean Club, reaches 284 meters and 77 stories.

The tallest building of 2013 was Tower 2 of the JW Marriott Marquis Hotel in Dubai, at 355 meters and 82 stories tall.

Panama, represented by two buildings, has 3 percent of the total high-rise buildings erected in the year; the United States, with only one building, located at 1717 Broadway in New York City, occupied 1 percent of construction.