Founded in 1522 by conquistadors in search of gold, Natá is the oldest surviving town in Panama. The town's Basílica Menor Santiago Apóstol, believed to be the oldest church still in use in the Americas, has a dark past. The church was built by the indigenous population who were forced into labor by 60 caballeros (knights) who were posted in the region.
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