Museo de Historia de Panamá
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Plaza de la Independencia
In this plaza, in the heart of Casco Viejo, Panama declared its independence from Colombia on November 3, 1903.
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Museo de Historia de Panamá information
The modest Museo de Historia de Panamá has a small selection of exhibits covering Panamanian history from the colonial period to the modern era.