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Panama Museum of Biodiversity

Panama Museum of Biodiversity

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// Panama Museum of Biodiversity frank-gehry-museum-biodiversity-video Working with long-time collaborator Frank Gehry, we joined with Panamanian and world citizens to create a new kind of museum: the Panama Museum of Biodiversity Puente de Vida (“Bridge of Life”). Located at the Pacific Read More →
Arenosa

Arenosa

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// Arenosa Arenosa is small town located about 45 miles from Panama City on the western end of Lake Gatun.  The lake is part of the water basin that feeds water to run the Panama Canal. It covers about 160 square Read More →
Pipeline Road Soberanía National Park - Gamboa

Pipeline Road Soberanía National Park – Gamboa

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Pipeline Road Perhaps Panama's most famous birding destination, is situated inside Soberania National Park, which itself is located within the Panama and Colon provinces. The park, measuring 48,287 acres (19,541 hectares) in size, was established in 1980 and contains numerous trails, Read More →
Fort San Lorenzo Colon Panama

Fort San Lorenzo Colon Panama

Fort Lorenzo Colon Panama

// Fort San Lorenzo The group of 17th- and 18th-century fortifications, the historic sites of Portobelo and San Lorenzo, are outstanding examples of Spanish colonial military architecture of this period. These fortifications, imbued with history, are a magnificent example of Read More →
Miraflores Locks Visitors' Center and Restaurant - Panama Canal

Miraflores Locks Visitors’ Center and Restaurant – Panama Canal

Miraflores Locks

The Miraflores museum and overlook is the best place to find out about the Canal and watch it in action. Only a few kilometers from downtown , this newly created visitors centre and museum sits right on the edge of Read More →

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