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The Panama Canal is a 77.1-kilometre ship canal in Panama that connects the Atlantic Ocean to the Pacific Ocean. The canal cuts across the Isthmus of Panama and is a key conduit for international maritime trade

Panama City is home to all things shopping in Panama. Outside of the city there are a few malls, particularly in David, but if you want a wide selection of stores and choices, then Panama City is the place to be. In Panama City there are various locations other than malls where you can find stores, such as on Via Espa単a near to Hotel El Panama, as well as in Marbella and Plaza New York near the financial district. If you are looking for handcrafts and souvenirs it is best to visit the crafts makret located in Balboa. The

neighborhood Obarrio also offers some decent shopping, and no list of places would be complete without mentioning Avenida Central, which a section of the avenue is pedestrian only and is full of discount stores and various shops offering a wide selection of things, mostly inexpensive items and orientals bazaars that sell table linen, oriental crafts, carpets, clothes and all kinds of souvenirs.

Errantes Magazine :: Issue # 4 :: Panama City  

Travel and Tourism Photography (using pocket camera) by fabianpulido.