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Metropolitan Cathedral (Catedral Metropolitan), Panama City
Categories: Sacred & Religious Sites, Architectural Buildings, Tourist Spots
A great example of Panama’s religious colonial architecture, and one of the largest cathedrals in Central America, Metropolitan Cathedral (Catedral Metropolitan) stands tall over Plaza Catedral and stands out as one of the main points of interest of the local area. Two tall white towers with bells and clocks flank either side of a wooden entrance surrounded by stone walls. Inside, find a tall central nave with wooden pews, which flank either side of a central aisle leading toward the altar. Built between 1688 and 1796, the cathedral was almost completely abandoned until its renovation in 2003. Use our Panama City itinerary planner to visit Metropolitan Cathedral (Catedral Metropolitan) on your trip to Panama City, and learn what else travelers and our writers recommend seeing nearby.
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Not a waist of your time - you will enjoy the majestic, antique craftsmanship of this Cathedral. Very authentic and beautiful.
Not even the frnt can be seen. Go to the plaza in front and take a break with the free wifi. One block from the paseo de las bovedas.
La Catedral de Panamá esta ubicada en el casco viejo de la Ciudad de Panamá, es un estilo colonial con típicas torres blancas (dos) y entre ellas su parte central de piedra de la región. Su interior d... read more »The Cathedral of Panama is located in the old part of Panama City, is a colonial style with typical white towers (two) and including its central part of stone of the region. Inside stands a fine craftsmanship. Today this consolidation and restoration.show original
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