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Panama will apply for the Transisthmian Colonial Route as a world heritage site

The Panamanian Government will apply to Unesco (United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization) to recognize Panama's Transisthmian Colonial Route as a world heritage, the Presidency of this Central American country informed today.

The Palacio de las Garzas, the seat of Government, said that the postulation would include in the first phase of the Transisthmian Colonial Route, the San Lorenzo Castle, the Camino de Cruces, the Casco Antiguo and the Archaeological Site of Panama Viejo.

He said in a press release that the postulation will seek to remove this site from the list of endangered heritage and that the . . .

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