CULTURE

Through time, the Panamanian identity was forged in a great encounter of races and cultures; Spaniards, Amerindians, Africans, Afro-Antilleans and people from many countries found in the Isthmus the best harmony, peace and tolerance that will swell life.

The Hispanic heritage beats especially in the regions of Azuero and Coclé where tradition and culture is highly valued. The African legacy dazzles in the showy Congo dances, a tradition settled in the province of Colon, while the native peoples keep alive their roots.

Plaza Bolívar

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Since 1926 the monument to Liberator Simón Bolívar was placed, to remember the 100 years of celebration of the...

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Iglesia Santo Domingo de Guzmán

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The Church of Santo Domingo de Guzmán was declared a national historical monument in 1926. It is distinguished by...

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Ruta Artesanal en Parita

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Different crafts techniques are practiced in Parita, from the making of typical dresses to the making of masks and the...

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Museo del Parque Arqueológico El Caño

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Discover your scientific side knowing the social structure, customs and worldview of the first settlers of Coclé...

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Centro de Exploración del Café

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The history of the origins, arrival and characteristics of coffee is found in the Coffee Exploration Center. With a...

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Artesanías en Ocú

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In Ocú you will find diverse handicrafts, but the most prominent is the typical dress. The style of Pollera and...

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Iglesia San José «Altar de Oro»

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It is part of the properties of the Augustinian Recollects that moved from Panama Viejo to the new city in 1677, known...

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