The horizon, of course, is tilted, but still, I wanted to share such an unusual for my eyes temple in Panama City.
The front view shows that the building dates back to 1815. It is excellently preserved, in my opinion, in Panama City.
These are the slum houses I've found while walking around Panama City. It looked like a dorm, but I didn't want to linger and examine it closely.
Some kind of military memorial. Judging by the wilted wreath, this place is not very popular in Panama City.
I saw a sign with the inviting word "central", but I could not find a way to cross to the other side. Crossing the road on a busy street in Panama City was scary for me.
This is what the school stadium looks like. Not so different from our schools. In Panama City, teachers are similarly annoyed by lazy students :)
On the bridge over the road to the center of Panama City. Or not to the center. I got lost already :D
These are the usual public transport stops in Panama City. Ordinary people, everyday life.
Coconuts on the street in Panama City! Ownerless and still green. At hand's reach :)
The new esplanade of Panama City and the happy youth and friendly Panamanian families resting there.
View of the ocean from the coast of Panama City.
As we call it, a "private" residential area in Panama City.
At the sight of such houses and liquids of unknown origin pouring from them (straight into the street from a pipe that sticks out from the balcony), I suddenly wanted to return to the center of Panama City.
The local university in Panama City looks pretty good, and student life is in full swing, like in any other country.
You can always find something in common in any country and city, even in Panama City.
Non-commercial real photo of the city life of Panama City on the most ordinary day outside the tourist center of the city.
Never before have I seen such a huge construction crane specifically for the creation of skyscrapers, Panama City.
Not only the stone jungle is characteristic of Panama City, there are enough parks and squares.
A whimsical statue of local art in a residential area of Panama City.
Unexpected oriental motifs in the center of Panama City.
Never before have I seen such marvelous architecture and sculpture. Unfortunately, the gates were locked, keeping this secret in my memory of Panama City.
It was in Panama City that I've first seen how various kinds of artists perform at traffic lights.
Incredibly beautiful church in the newest center of Panama City.
Sometimes even a panoramic photo cannot convey the grandeur of the church. As, for example, in the case of this church in Panama City.
I don't know why but I photograph almost every monument in Panama City.
Photographing a man significant for his country, whose bust stands in the central park of Panama City, I kind of pay tribute to his achievements.
Perhaps someone will be so interested that they will find information about this person only by name, which I photographed along with a monument in Panama City.
View of the Panama City business city from a clean and new esplanade.
My walking route to the Colombian embassy in Panama City. Seemed close enough to take a walk there.