Anita Kucharska & Maciek "Kruger" Kiersztyn

CENTRAL AMERICA

Panama City, Panama - our travels

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Welcome to Panama!

 
See in Panama:
Panama City
the Panama Canal
Panama flag
Facts about Panama
 

Puente de las Américas - The Bridge of the Americas over the Panama Canal

 
Do you know, that: Panama City has a population of 700000.
 

Puente de las Américas - The Bridge of the Americas over the Panama Canal

 
 

Panama City - about 700 thousand inhabitants

 

 

In Panama you can see the national flag everywhere

 
 

Centre of Panama City

 
 

Bootblacks in the centre of Panama City

 
 

A street in the centre of Panama City

 
 

Kuna Indians selling souvenirs

 
 

An Indian Kuna women

 
 

Curl-papers are often seen during the day

 
 

Colourful buses in Panama City

 
 

Panama City

 
 

Street stands in the capital of Panama

 
 

A street fruit stand

 
 

Casco Antiguo - a historic part of Panama City

 
 

Casco Antiguo - a historic part of Panama City

 
 

Church "La Merced" in a historic part

 
 

Government buildings decorated with flags

 
 

The Cathedral on Plaza de Independencia

 
 

Altar de Oro - wooden altar covered with gold in the San José church

 
 

Casco Antiguo - a historic part of Panama Panama City

 
 

Casco Antiguo - a historic part of Panama Panama City

 
 

Palacio de las Garzas (Palace of Herons) - the Presidential Palace

 
 

Herons walking in the Presidential Palace

 
 

Herons walking in the Presidential Palace

 
 

Goverment buildings' security

 
 

The Policeman being our guide and ourselves at Plaza de Independencia

 
 

Casco Antiguo - historic part of Panama City

 
 

Streets of Casco Antiguo

 
 

Streets of Casco Antiguo

 
 

Streets of Casco Antiguo

 
 

Buildings in Casco Antiguo, Panama City

 
 

Buildings in Casco Antiguo, Panama City

 
 

Mathra y Boyaca - house-ship, Casco Antiguo

 
 

Mathra y Boyaca - house-ship, Casco Antiguo

 
 

Kuna Indians don't like to be taken pictures

 
 

Kuna Indians don't like to be taken pictures

 
 

Kuna Indians don't like to be taken pictures

 
 

... with some exceptions: An Indian Kuna woman in traditional clothes

 
 

A view of the Panama City business centre

 
 

A view of the Panama City business centre

 
 

A view of the Panama City business centre

 
 

This dike is made of a material escavated during constructions of the Panama Canal

 
 

This dike is made of a material escavated during constructions of the Panama Canal

 
 

Panama is not only a hat

 
 

Paso Canoas - a border cross between Panama and Costa Rica

 
 

Passport control in Paso Canoas

 
 

Travel companions in Panama

 
 

The town of Almirante

 
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