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Museum
“Opposite the Central Plaza, this museum (Av Belisario Porras; adult/child US$0.50/0.25; 9am-12:30pm & 1:30-4pm Tue-Sat, 9am-noon Sun) is in the mud-walled former home of three-time president Belisario Porras, during whose administration the Panama Canal opened. Porras was president for all but two years from 1912 to 1924. He is credited with establishing Panama’s network of public hospitals, creating a national registry for land titles and constructing scores of bridges and aqueducts. The museum contains many artifacts from Porras’ life and serves as a monument to the achievements of this widely revered man. ”
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Museum
“Folkloric museum about our national dress in the town of Guararé. Free entrance, Spanish speaking for explanations. There is a nice tree of small mangos on the property, if it is mango season and you feel like having some feel free to ask and they would gladly give you some. They are DELICIOUS.”
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Museum
“Historical museum in Chitre on the upper floor. Spanish speaking but great showroom of aboriginal items.”
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Museum
“Small (and cheap) historical museum about the independence of Panama from Spain which started right in this town (at the location of the museum)”
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Museum
“Antigua casa de campo del tres veces presidente de Panamá oriundo de Las Tablas, Dr. Belisario Porras. Gran estadista nacional.”
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