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The museum is a total waste of money in its current state.
I am not sure what the purpose of the museum is, but you can read on a computer how different vulcanic eruptions have affected the city.
The exhibition is just strange.
The museum is set in Frank Gehry's extraordinary multi-coloured building on the Amador causeway with views to the Pacific on one side and to the countryside on the other. The object is to chart the creation of the Panamanian isthmus and its impact on world...More
Anchoring one side of the Plaza, this historic structure is very lovely, While we were there a crafts fair was set-up in front and a parade was held around the plaza with bands, drummers and various dignitaries all with loud fireworks. Just fantastic.
they must point out or paint the parking areas. They charged me Q 250 for parking with flashing lights and they tried to bribe me and the cops that should not be done with the visitors.
The line was not well marked and was for...More
A very long, elegant building with numerous arches built in 1558 that was Antigua's government center until 1773. It occupies one entire side of the central plaza, so you can't miss it. Those who enjoy admiring historic architecture will be most impressed.
The Spanish architecture in this little town is so beautiful to look at. I could sit in the plaza and look at multiple buildings that were different, but beautiful. This was once that was very well maintained.