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by joxin

"A Center of Culture and History"

Declared a World Heritage Site in 1997 and preserved by UNESCO, Casco Viejo is Panama's appealing rustic and ancient district. Replete with old-style architecture and traditional edifices, the district is home to several cathedrals, churches and government buildings. Many of these sprawling structures serve as homes. The cultural hub is a thriving center which draws crowds from all over the world. The Geisha coffee, a trademark of Panama, is popular for its exquisite taste. Numerous items for sale can be found in the district. These include the famous molas. Spanish Colonists established Casco Viejo in 1673, and since then, the infrastructure has been refurbished to accommodate restaurants, shops, museums as well as residential areas. Though quite a few buildings are still reminiscent of the ravages of time, most structures in the district have been carefully rebuilt and revamped. Tour guides are available to narrate the history of Casco Viejo. Casco Viejo is also well-known for its exciting nightlife, replete with energetic and bright nightclubs.
Casco Viejo, Panama City, Panama
"A Center of Culture and History"
Declared a World Heritage Site in 1997 and preserved by UNESCO, Casco Viejo is Panama's appealing rustic and ancient district. Replete with old-style architecture and traditional edifices, the district is home to several cathedrals, churches and government buildings. Many of these sprawling structures serve as homes. The cultural hub is a thriving center which draws crowds from all over the world. The Geisha coffee, a trademark of Panama, is popular for its exquisite taste. Numerous items for sale can be found in the district. These include the famous molas. Spanish Colonists established Casco Viejo in 1673, and since then, the infrastructure has been refurbished to accommodate restaurants, shops, museums as well as residential areas. Though quite a few buildings are still reminiscent of the ravages of time, most structures in the district have been carefully rebuilt and revamped. Tour guides are available to narrate the history of Casco Viejo. Casco Viejo is also well-known for its exciting nightlife, replete with energetic and bright nightclubs.
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