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Ruins of a colonial cathedral
SOURCE: Photo by Alfredo Maiquez, courtesy of Authority of Tourism Panama (all rights reserved), used with permission.
This photo is a view of the "Catedral de Nuestra Senora de la Asuncion", a cathedral at the main entrance of the ruins of Panama Viejo, the origial location of the colonial city, before it was moved to Casco Antiguo.
The cathedral, built between 1610 and 1626, and the neighboring Bishop’s House (Casa Alarcon) are the two best-preserved structures at that location.
The recently restored four-story bell tower of the cathedral is the most emblematic and loved of all the buildings of Panama.
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NOTE: The photograph regarding Panama on this page is re-published from Authority of Tourism Panama, an entity of the Panamanian government. No claims are made regarding the accuracy of Panama information contained here. All suggestions for corrections of any errors about Panama should be addressed to Authority of Tourism Panama.
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