This city may be best known in modern times for its famous canal, but its one of tropical forests filled with curious creatures big and small, a beach so beautiful that that it goes by that name, and high-rising skyscrapers surrounded by Spanish colonial buildings and French townhouses. Where you find that architecture, you'll also find two UNESCO World Heritage Sites: the "Old Panama" neighborhood, the starting point for the expeditions that conquered the Peruvian Incan empire in 1532, and the first European settlement on the Pacific Coast of the Americas; and the walled historic city, Casco Antiguo. Near the resorts, the Punta Bruja Nature Reserve brings you back to an even more ancient era, before the touch of man turned the land into one of ingenuity.
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