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Along the Canal (Panama)

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Panama City Skyline

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Panama City Skyline

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Panama City. The office district

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Panama City. The office district

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Panama City

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Panama City

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Panama City. One of the beaches of the city

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Panama City. One of the beaches of the city

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The Marina of Panama City and, on the horizon, the Old Town

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The Marina of Panama City and, on the horizon, the Old Town

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The fishing port in the bay between Panama City and the Old Town

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The fishing port in the bay between Panama City and the Old Town

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The fishing port in the bay between Panama City and the Old Town

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The fishing port in the bay between Panama City and the Old Town

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The fishing port in the bay between Panama City and the Old Town

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The fishing port in the bay between Panama City and the Old Town

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The Skyline of Panama City seen from the Old Town

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The Skyline of Panama City seen from the Old Town

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Panama La Vieja (The Old Town). Founded in 1519

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Panama La Vieja (The Old Town). Founded in 1519

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Panama La Vieja (The Old Town). The seafront

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Panama La Vieja (The Old Town). The seafront

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Panama La Vieja (The Old Town). Cathedral of Santa María la Antigua

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Panama La Vieja (The Old Town). Cathedral of Santa María la Antigua

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Murals in the Old Town Roads

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Murals in the Old Town Roads

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Panama La Vieja (The Old Town). Shop on the street of Car Spare Parts

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Panama La Vieja (The Old Town). Shop on the street of Car Spare Parts

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Panama La Vieja (The Old Town). Theater

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Panama La Vieja (The Old Town). Theater

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Panama La Vieja (The Old Town). Theater

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Panama La Vieja (The Old Town). Theater

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Panama City by night

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Panama City by night

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The Panamerican bridge over Panama Canal

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The Panamerican bridge over Panama Canal

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Panama Canal. The Lock to the Pacific Ocean

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Panama Canal. The Lock to the Pacific Ocean

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Panama Canal. Entrance to the lock of Miraflores

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Panama Canal. Entrance to the lock of Miraflores

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Panama Canal. Engines Train that help the ships overcome canal locks

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Panama Canal. Engines Train that help the ships overcome canal locks

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Panama Canal. Engines Train that help the ships overcome canal locks

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Panama Canal. Engines Train that help the ships overcome canal locks

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Panama Canal. Engines Train that help the ships overcome canal locks

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Panama Canal. Engines Train that help the ships overcome canal locks

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Panama Canal Railway from Panama City to Colon

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Panama Canal Railway from Panama City to Colon

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Panama Canal Railway from Panama City to Colon. The wagon bar

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Panama Canal Railway from Panama City to Colon. The wagon bar

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Panama Canal Railway from Panama City to Colon.

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Panama Canal Railway from Panama City to Colon.

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Panama Canal Railway from Panama City to Colon. The wagon bar

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Panama Canal Railway from Panama City to Colon. The wagon bar

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The city of Colon at the entrance of the Canal on the Caribbean side

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The city of Colon at the entrance of the Canal on the Caribbean side

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Colon Town on the Caribbean side. Typical colored buses

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Colon Town on the Caribbean side. Typical colored buses

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Colon Town on the Caribbean side. Typical colored buses

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Colon Town on the Caribbean side. Typical colored buses

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Colon Town on the Caribbean side. Typical colored buses

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Colon Town on the Caribbean side. Typical colored buses

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Portobello District. The ancient fortress about 40 km away from Colon

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Portobello District. The ancient fortress about 40 km away from Colon

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Portobello District. The ancient fortress was one of the first settlement settlers on the Atlantic coast.

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Portobello District. The ancient fortress was one of the first settlement settlers on the Atlantic coast.

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Portobello District. The ancient fortress was one of the first settlement settlers on the Atlantic coast.

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Portobello District. The ancient fortress was one of the first settlement settlers on the Atlantic coast.

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The forests of Gatun Lake, the main reservoir of water for the operation of Panama Canal

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The forests of Gatun Lake, the main reservoir of water for the operation of Panama Canal

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Piroga of the Indians Embera on Lake Gatun

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Piroga of the Indians Embera on Lake Gatun

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Indios Embera in the Forests of Lake Gatun

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Indios Embera in the Forests of Lake Gatun

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Village Indios Embera in the Forests of Gatun Lake

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Village Indios Embera in the Forests of Gatun Lake

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Village Indios Embera in the Forests of Gatun Lake

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Village Indios Embera in the Forests of Gatun Lake

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Village Indios Embera in the Forests of Gatun Lake

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Village Indios Embera in the Forests of Gatun Lake

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Village Indios Embera in the Forests of Gatun Lake

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Village Indios Embera in the Forests of Gatun Lake

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In piroga with Indios Embera on the waters of Gatun Lake

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In piroga with Indios Embera on the waters of Gatun Lake

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Panama

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Panama


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By: Carlo Piccinelli ID: 113

Panama on Google Maps.
The journey of this reportage, begins with the modern Panama City located on the shores of the Pacific Ocean. A dynamic city that grows in height thanks to its skyscrapers. A commercial city with big malls and one of the most important cities of Central America thanks to Panama Canal which together with Suez Canal represent the most important waterways in the world. But Panama is also history and culture represented by Panama Vjeca, the ancient Panama nowadays become the tourist pole of the city with theaters, shops and typical restaurants. The journey continues by train along the Canal to see the passage of the ships to the locks and Gatun Lake, home of many indian tribes like the Indios Embera, a proud people living on the shore of the lake in the forest. Lastly Colon, situated on the coast of Atlantic Ocean, the town that is businnes location of commercial agencies handling merchant ships and goods passing between the two Oceans and Portobello village, the ancient village of the first settlement settlers in the new lands of America.
Links for more informations:
Toursm Board: www.visitpanama.com
Panama Canal: www.pancanal.com
Panama Train: www.panarail.com