Panama City

Panama City is the capital and largest metropolis of Panama. It lies on the Pacific Ocean, at one finish of the Panama Canal.Panama City is a crossroads of world commerce.

 A historic part of the town lies on a peninsula on the Pacific coast. It has slender streets and buildings from the late 1600’s. Downtown Panama City consists of such buildings because the Palace of Justice, the Presidential Palace, and the Museum of the Panamanian Man. Rich individuals usually stay on the sides of the town or in suburbs. Many poor individuals stay in slums within the metropolis.

Most staff have jobs in authorities or worldwide commerce, or with the Panama Canal. Banking and tourism are essential financial actions. Different industries embrace meals processing and making clothes.

A Spanish adventurer named Pedro Arias de Ávila based Panama City in 1519. Pirates led by the Englishman Henry Morgan destroyed the town in 1671. It was rebuilt in 1673. The Panama Canal opened in 1914. It made the town a middle for world commerce.

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