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Transcript of Panama
Carimañolas- Fried yuca roll stuffed with boiled egg, and meat. In 2009 Panama's exports were 11.4 million dollars. they exported: bananas, clothing, coffee, sugar, shrimp. Casco Antiguo is located at the western end of ´Panama City, it is between Balboa Avenue and Amador Causeway. El Casco Antiguo is the oldest city on the Pacific coast of the Americas and used to be Panama's Capital City The Panama Canal's construction started in 1881 and wasn't finished until 1914. The Panama Canal doesn't only help ships get to there destiny but it also increases the amount of tourist in Panama. http://www.worldatlas.com/webimage/countrys/namerica/camerica/panewzzz.gif Panama City is the capital of Panama. Panama City is bordering the province of Darien, Cocle and Colon. Panama City has a total population of 1.3 million people and is located at the Pacific side of Panama 9.0000N and 7.500W http://world.umka.org/maps/8.gif http://de507.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/08/carimanola.jpg Panama Viejo used to be the old city of Panama but in the 17th century pirate Henry Morgan burned the city because he wanted all the gold they had. http://c409331.r31.cf1.rackcdn.com/panama-viejo.jpg In May 2012 the activity of restaurants and hotels was 2.2 million clients that is 22% more than last year. http://coffeeadventures.net/logogeel.jpg http://www.sinflash.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/01/panama-megapolis-hotel-hard-rock11.gif Photo by: Cata Uribe There about 30 ships passing through the Panama Canal in
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