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This church is well documented - from the early 1500's. The explorers such as Columbus would sail... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Schipblack
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Playa Coronado, Panama
Beautiful church

This church was built in 1522and is still gorgeous. The audio is uncomfortable. The mass and music... read more

Reviewed 27 July 2016
Faith I
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1 week ago
“History”
26 Jul 2016
“Beautiful church”
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Nata, Panama
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Reviewed 1 week ago

This church is well documented - from the early 1500's. The explorers such as Columbus would sail with teak timbers in case their ships required repairs. There was no teak here at the time. It was planted. Left over timbers were used to built the...More

Thank Schipblack
Reviewed 27 July 2016 via mobile

This church was built in 1522and is still gorgeous. The audio is uncomfortable. The mass and music can be hard in the park across the street. Breath-taking, beautiful, and inspirational

Thank Faith I
Reviewed 22 September 2015 via mobile

Don't miss this wonderful church. Ordinary from the outside but extraordinary on the inside! From the 1500's and may be the earliest Catholic Church in the Americas.

Thank lnmim
Reviewed 2 February 2015

This church claims to be the oldest operating church in the Americas. It's wooden structure including beams to the high vaulted ceiling and inherit beauty make it a marvel. On the day we visited a guide was there from the church to explain it all...More

1  Thank Michael W
Reviewed 9 September 2014

I know, I know - how many times has this claim been made? But this church has the credentials - 1504 - written Spanish documents - and a shell overing the wooden beams and carvings make this a believable claim. It is really the only...More

3  Thank Chocolate666
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