I recently spotted this beauty as I toured the lovely streets of Casco Viejo. It was parked in front of the San Francisco de Assis church awaiting the bride and groom of a wedding that was in progress. Now, that is what I call driving in style
I recently had the opportunity to go up to the bell tower of the San Francisco de Assis church in Casco Viejo to take pictures. What an amazing view! I was able to look out over the city and see the contrast between the old and the new. What a wonderful experience!
There are many beautiful churches in Casco Viejo but one of my favorites is San Francisco de Assis. This 17th century church sits right on the waterfront across from Plaza Bolivar. It has just recently been reopened after a complete renovation.
San Francisco de Asis in Casco Viejo is one of the most beautiful churches in Panama City. It is situated in the heart of the Casco Viejo directly in front of Plaza Bolivar. It is currently being restored.
This quaint little church can be found in the small town of Las Tablas in the Azuero Peninsuala. If you want to experience what life is really like in a small town in Panama, this is the place to do it. The pace is slow and laid back. A traditional lifestyle and conservative view points are the backbone of towns like this.
The beautiful Baha’i Temple.http://www.newsroompanama.com/panama/3275-latin-americas-first-bahai-temple-is-in-panama.html
This tower is part of one of the most well known landmarks in Casco Antiguo. It belongs to the San Francisco de Assis church, which is right across from Plaza Bolivar. http://cascoviejo.com/iglesia-san-francisco-de-asis/
Here is a close up of one of the beautiful stained glass windows in Iglesia del Carmen.