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Panama City, Panama

With a population of 700,000, Panama City is a melting pot of cultures from around the world, and Panama's largest city.
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Panamanians are known for their love of bright colors in art and fabric. These leggings on a Kuna Indian woman walking along a street in Panama City's Old Town are a perfect example.

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Colorful street art on display in Panama City's Old Town.
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More street art in Panama City.
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Panamanian school children participating in an orderly march to class
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French Colonial architecture in the Old Town section of Panama City.
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A Spanish colonial-style church in Panama City's Old Town.

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Clothes hung out to dry is a very common scene in Panama City's Old Town as the weather in warm and breezy throughout the year.
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A typical side street in Panama City's Santa Ana region.
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In an attractive city park in Panama City I found giant ficus trees gracing the landscape. With the temperature hovering above 90 degrees, these trees provide much-needed shade relief.

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This inviting courtyard fronting a rather large home was located just a few blocks from Panama's Presidential Palace.

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This page was last updated on June 16, 2020.