By John Nguyen
77,082 square kilometers
Major cities (Highest population)
Historical Sites and Landmarks
2. French Park is located at the tip of Casco Viejo and near the French Embassy of Panama. The park was created as a monument to more than 200,000 French laborers who lost their lives during the construction of the Panama Canal.
3. Vasco Núñez de Balboa holds an important place in Panamanian history. In addition to being credited as the first European to cross America, Panama's national currency is named after Balboa and monuments of him can be found scattered throughout the country.
4. Panama Canal. The Panama Canal is a 48-mile ship canal in Panama that connects the Atlantic Ocean to the Pacific Ocean. The canal cuts across the Isthmus of Panama and is a key conduit for international maritime trade.
Important people of Panama
The socavon is a local variety of guitar made in Panama's countryside. In that respect is similar to the better known mejoranera instrument, also from Panama. While the classic guitar has six strings and the mejoranera has five, the socavon has only four. With this heritage, Panama has a rich and diverse music history, and important contributions to cumbia, saloma, pasillo, punto, tamborito, mejorana, bolero, jazz, salsa, reggae, calypso, rock and other musical genres.
Panama City is the capital of Panama and its always fun to visit it, it also includes Panama Canal and Colonial Casco Viejo.
Gamboa it includes birdwatching, beautiful rainforests, canals, and forests.
Coiba it includes scuba diving, parks, fishing, snorkeling and whale sharks don't forget this is an island?
Bocas del Toro or Bocus town includes fishing, it has a beach, surfing, scuba diving, and night life
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