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Cathedral at Old Panama, Panama City

Categories: Historic Sites, Tourist Spots
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3.6/5 based on 500+ reviews on the web
Admire the fascinating Cathedral at Old Panama. Situated in the World Heritage Site of Old Panama, the cathedral dates back to the early 17th century and is the best preserved of the ruins. Dedicated to Our Lady of Asuncion, it was designed to have a cross-like shape when viewed from the sky. Admire the ancient church and climb the restored stairway to reach the bell tower. Gaze through the windows of the tower and enjoy sweeping views of the remaining ruins, verdant surroundings, and the Panama City skyline. See Cathedral at Old Panama and all Panama City has to offer by arranging your trip with our Panama City trip builder.
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  • This is much like most cathedrals in many Central American cities. The day we were there, there was a bazaar in front selling various wares. The church is like most; grandiose, dark, cool, with few pe...  read more »
  • At this time this full restoration and newly in 2 years is going to appreciate, but from what I could see from the outside splendid parce.
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  • Beautiful architectural work of colonization. Is in the Casco Viejo. Well preserved, with stone floors and very rural. As is often the case for reform, it is not possible to admire the facade.
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