My wife and I went to Casco Viejo yesterday and took some pictures of the buildings and skyline of the city. The architecture there is so beautiful. Most buildings there are about 100 years old and investors have moved in and rehabbed them for a pretty penny. Enjoy and post your comments.
BTW- Seems to be a very popular area for toursits as I went there twice within a week and they were everywhere.
The Panama city skyline from Casco Viejo.
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The President of Panama's house (the equivalent of the White House) along with a few guest with feathers.
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This is the National theatre where they have opera and other "cultural" shows.
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Here's the inside.
A beautiful building that was rehabbed and turned into condos and a cafe
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Another building that I liked.
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