Yes. See: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cimarron_people_(Panama) and http://www.clas.ufl.edu/users/afburns/afrotrop/Panama.htm
some buildings, cars, pollution, and the panama canal
Because the Hull-Alfaro treaty, The U.S. are allowed to keep Panama safe,but cannot interfere in government(Panama) actions,but are able to push off bad presidents or vice presidents, if they have proof.
the nation of panama was created in 1903 because Roosevelt sent the U.S navy to support a revolution on the isthmus . also out this revolution the new nation of panama was created in 1903
panama city rent a car per day stating price $5 min
The Panama Canal is what makes Panama City so important. The canal is connected between the Pacific and Atlantic Oceans. It is a key for international trade.
The national bird of panama is the harpy eagle.
For a photo of the flag of Panama, see the Related Link.
Kusapin is a town in Panama.
Panama is 1,762 miles [2,836 kilometers; 1,531 nautical miles] from Houston, Texas. It takes less than 4 hours to fly from Houston to Panama. Houston is usually one hour behind Panama. But Panama doesn't observe daylight saving time [DST] when the clock is set one hour ahead. During DST,...
Mountains, and most importantly the Panama Canal
about 3,360,474 people live in panama
Central America lies between Mexico and South America just because it does. It is a region of north America.
Panama's favorite food is Coconut Rice.
south of tallahasse in the panhandle of panama city
If you are born in Panama you are Panamanian. If your parents are Panamanian so are you. [JjBabii]
It is absolutely beautiful. I returned on 9/11/10. It was 90-94 and sunny and the evenings were low 70's to low 80's. Beach was clear and clean.
Isla Grande, about 9 miles (15 kilometers) offshore of Portobelo on Panama's northern coast, is about 700 miles from Oranjestad, Aruba's capital. Specifically, that distance is equivalent to about 1,126 kilometers. It is 608 nautical miles. Isla Grande is west of Oranjestad.
No. Latin is not spoken natively in ANY country (which is the definition of a dead language).
the spanish explored and settled in panama in 1502....
Located in one of the most exclusive areas of Panama, Punta Pacifico, San Francisco, Panama City. It has an excellent location and proximity to places like shopping malls, hospitals, convention centers, hotels, restaurants, besides being 15 minutes from Tocumen International Airport.
If you are leaving from Canada , Montreal you have to stop at Toronto after 2 hours and then go straight down the south of the earth. To go to Mexico it takes 4 hours and Panama is right below so it will be 2 more hours. It takes 6 hours to go to Panama, a very long time. Thanks 4 letting me help!! ...
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In Panama, the sun rises over the Pacific Ocean, and sets below the Atlantic Ocean. The reason? The Pacific Ocean is East of the Atlantic.
In most cases, the number of courses that 8th graders in Panama City take in one day are 5.
the population separated and some species evolved into different species.
Boquete Panama was officially founded in 1911 by descendants ofSpanish explorers.
During WWI, Germany was using a lot of submarines. The submarines were getting close to the canal, and with unrestricted warfare going on the US didn't like it.
Rumours of tigers, running loose in central and south America is nothing new. the rumours seem to stem from relased animals kept by drug cartels. How real these animals actually are is unknown. Certainly tigers could adapt to the jungles of the area, but they would have to have been released in...
== Answer == *Hector Lopez NY Yankees baseball champions *Ismael "El Tigre" Laguna world boxin champion *Rolando Blackman, Former NBA basketball player, Dallas Mavericks *Panama Al Brown, world boxing champion, first Hispanic world champion in history *Mario ButlerBSN...
== Answer == one i can think of would be Manuel Noriega, most people seem to remember that name....
Martín Erasto Torrijos Espino was president of Panama from 2004 September 1 to 2009 July 1.
The population of Panama in 2010 is 3,244,021.
The Panama Canal enables ships to go from the Atlantic Ocean to the Pacific Ocean (and vice versa) without having to travel around South America. It saves WEEKS of shipping time.
With hundreds of miles of coastal land, lush rainforests and national parks, and a burgeoning cosmopolitan city in Panama City, you can do just about anything that a warm-weather trip/vacation should entail.
$4,000 with receipt and letter of authenticity.
There are two different bodies of water that surround the Isthmus of Panama. They are the Atlantic Ocean, and the Pacific Ocean.
Panama city beach is best place for vacation.Thats why teenagers go to panama city beach to spend their vacations.
La Palma is a great place to visit, I went there when i was 8 years old and it was wonderful. If by any chance you visit Panama you should look at the Panama Canal
In a round about way you would say that the absolute location of Panama is 9 degrees N of the equator and 80 degrees west of Greenwich. This gives you a relative location as it puts you close to dead center of the country. If you were to use this to navigate you would run your vessel a ground. The...
Roberto Lewis - painter and sculptor
There isn't one. Panama touches South America and Costa Rica. The Panama Canal splits it apart though, so it looks like two countries!
IT JUST IS! haha Just Kidding! :P Panama is a really important city. Did you know that Teddy Roosevelt was the master mind behind the Panama Canal? Yes, it was man made. He made very good working conditions for the men so they wouldn't get sick and die! Isn't he just amazing? Panama exports Banana's...
There are a variety of famous places in Panama. Some of these include the Panama Canal, Cerro Chirripo, and Portobello.
Omar Torrijos died on a plane crash in 1981. Officially ruled an accident, but still debated after almost 30 years.
There isn't a "Panamanian dollar". Panama's currency is called the balboa. However, the US dollar and Panamanian balboa are linked to each other at a ratio of 1-1. That is, the two currencies are worth exactly the same in the international exchange market.
In Panama City, Panama, there is a 55% chance of rain on any day in May, and a 66% chance of rain on any day in June.
There is no Balboa High School, it was disbanded when the Canal reverted to Panama. The facilities are now owned by the Panama Canal Authority, and are used mainly as a maritime training facility.
Panama is important to the U.S because alot of expolers droped by in the mid age also Panama is also part of the latin America so that's why Panama is so important to the U.S Love, your help Bianca Moise
Panama City is on the Pacific Coast just about in the center of the country. It is the Pacific point of entry or exit to the Panama Canal.
"It depends on what you want to do. If it is for legal matters (certificate of birth translation, documentation for legal purposes or court matters) then yes. If it is just because you are traveling, then it is not required. Most of Panamanians understand to some extend the English language. If you...
Among other things, they are all capitals of countries in the Americas.
San Jose. The country is Costa Rica.
The current unit of money in Panama is the balboa!
There are no deserts in Panama.
There was very poor sanitation causing many workers to die of Malaria and Yellow Fever.
José Luis Rodríguez Pittí
The life expectancy in Panama is 77.61 years
Panama's most common religion practice is Roman Catholicism.
You can do lots of things as long as you take responsibility for what you are doing. Buying raw milk means that you have to know the source.....if the cows are very clean, free of infection and that they have had their utters cleaned very carefully before milking. Raw means that the milk has not...
the area of panama is 29,762 square miles (77,381 square kilometer)
Panama is home to a couple famous painters Guillermo Trujillo and Alfredo Sinclair. Another painter called Roberto Lewis is known for his large murals of Isla Taboga.