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  1. Panama - Culture Smart!: the essential guide to customs & culture by Heloise Crowther, 2006-11-14
  2. Culture and Customs of Panama (Culture and Customs of Latin America and the Caribbean) by La Verne M. Seales Soley, 2008-12-30
  3. Panama (Cultures of the World) by Susan M. Hassig, Lynette Quek, 2007-04-15
  4. Seaway to the Future: American Social Visions and the Construction of the Panama Canal (Studies in American Thought and Culture) by Alexander Missal, 2008-11-30
  5. Political Culture in Panama: Democracy after Invasion by Orlando J. Pérez, 2011-01-04
  6. The Indians of Panama, Their History and Culture by Frank Theodore Humphries, 1944
  7. A Panama Forest and Shore: Natural History and Amerindian Culture in Bocas De Toro by Burton L. Gordon, 1983-04
  8. Executive Report on Strategies in Panama, 2000 edition (Strategic Planning Series) by The Panama Research Group, The Panama Research Group, 2000-11-02
  9. The Art of Being Kuna: Layers of Meaning Among the Kuna of Panama by Mari Lyn Salvador, 1997-10
  10. The Indians of Panama Their History and Culture by HUMPHRIES (Frank T.), 1944-01-01
  11. The Monagrillo Culture of Panama w/ an appendix on Archaeological Marine Shells by Robert Greengo by WILLEY (Gordon) & Charles McGimsey, 1954-01-01
  12. The Monagrillo Culture of Panama Papers of the Peabody Museum of Archaeology and Ethnology, Harvard University Vol. XLIX, No. 2 by Gordon R. and Charles R. McGimsey Willey, 1954-01-01
  13. The Monagrillo culture of Panama,: By Gordon R. Willey and Charles R. McGimsey (Papers of the Peabody Museum of Archaeology and Ethnology, Harvard University) by Gordon Randolph Willey, 1954
  14. PANAMA: An entry from Macmillan Reference USA's <i>Countries and Their Cultures</i> by ALEXANDER MOORE, 2001

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Panama, as a meeting point in the history of the countries of Latin America, is a country forged by various cultures and traditions that come together to create a unique complexity and exotic environment. The country’s ethnic diversity is reflected in the traditional products such as remarkable woodcarvings, interesting ceremonial masks and pottery, as well as its architecture, delectable cuisine, and lively festivals. Will all these interesting information about Panama, have you ever wonder how Panama culture started? Well, so am I, so let’s take a look at how. The Panama culture is derived from European music, art, and traditions that were brought over by the Spanish who first came to Panama. Hegemonic forces have created hybrid forms of this by blending African and Native American culture with European culture. For example, the tamborito, a traditional dance descended from Spanish folkways, still it incorporates native rhythms, themes, and dance steps. To come and observe for yourself the Panama culture, you will be amazed by the indigenous and European culture combined to create a country beyond compare. As mentioned above, Panama’s architecture is a reflection of the different groups that made their home there. However, the Kuna Yala region, home to the Kuna Indians- Native Americans, with their traditional huts stands in contrast to the stylish homes built by Swiss, Yugoslavian, Swedish, American, and German immigrants in the styles distinctive to their respective countries.

4. Panama Culture History And Archaeology
Panama Culture History and Archaeology Culture history, archaeological sites, and other information related to the past of the modern country of Panama.
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    6. Culture Of Panama - Traditional, History, People, Women, Beliefs, Food, Customs,
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    Identification. The Republic of Panama is a former Spanish colony in Central America with a mixed population of Creoles, mestizos, European immigrants, Africans, and indigenous Indians. Location and Geography. Demography. In 2000, Panama had approximately 2.816 million inhabitants, 700,000 of whom lived in Panama City, with another 300,000 in the immediate suburbs. The urban elite is primarily Creole, mostly of Spanish descent. There are also populations of Spanish, Italian, Greek, and Jewish origins. There is a longtime Chinese community, and a small Hindu community lives in the capital, Panama City. The largest demographic group is the interioranos cholos, who refer to themselves as naturales Linguistic Affiliation.

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    8. Culture Of Panama - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
    The culture of Panama derived from European music, art and traditions that were brought over by the Spanish to Panama. Hegemonic forces have created hybrid forms of this by blending
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    Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources . Unsourced material may be challenged and removed (December 2009) The culture of Panama derived from European music art and traditions that were brought over by the Spanish to Panama Hegemonic forces have created hybrid forms of this by blending African and Native American culture with European culture . For example, the tamborito is a Spanish dance that was blended with Native American rhythms, themes and dance moves. Dance is a symbol of the diverse cultures that have coupled in Panama . The local folklore can be experienced through a multitude of festivals, dances and traditions that have been handed down from generation to generation. Local cities host live Reggae en Español Cuban Reggae ton Compaq ... reggae , and rock performances. Outside of Panama City , regional festivals take place throughout the year featuring local musicians and dancers. Another example of Panama’s blended culture is reflected in the traditional products, such as woodcarvings , ceremonial masks and pottery , as well as in its architecture, cuisine and festivals. In earlier times, baskets were woven for utilitarian uses, but now many villages rely almost exclusively on the baskets they produce for the people.

    9. Panama Travel Information And Travel Guide - Lonely Planet
    Unfettered by tourist crowds, Panama’s natural gifts shine. Although most backpackers to Central America set their sights on touristsoaked Costa Rica and Guatemala , it’s
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    The complete online almanac of Panama culture with travel links
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    El tamborito, a sort of dance accompanied by singing, clapping and drumming, which dates from the sixteenth century, has a privileged position as part of a wide variety of music in the country. Cumbia, a type of dance that was brought from Africa, is also very popular. Amongst those institutions that were established for cultural preservation is the Museum of Panamanian Men. It was created in 1976 and houses an interesting collection of archaeological and ethnographic materials. Other institutions with a high heritage value are the Museum of Natural Science, the Museum of History of Panama and the Museum of Colonial Art, located in the capital city, although to a great extent there are also highly valuable facilities designed for similar purposes in the provinces.
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    12. Panama Culture And Society
    It is very interesting to learn about the various facets of Panama society and culture, as they help people to learn about the country in a better way.
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    It is very interesting to learn about the various facets of Panama culture and society, as they help people to learn about the country in a better way. There are many subdivisions of Panama society and culture, each which contribute to the rich heritage of the nation. Panama culture is a blend of the cultures of several indigenous ethnic groups. The notable races in Panama are Indians, Antillean Blacks, Guaym and Cuna and all of them are steeped in their own cultures and folklores. The arrival of the Spanish in the 16th century has a massive impact on the Panama culture and society.
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    The noteworthy aspects of Panama society and culture are reflected in the food, music, dances, languages and religions of the country. Cuna, a famous tribe in Panama, is known for its matriarchal societies and closely-packed communities. The different provinces in Panama believe in their own unique folklores. Roman Catholicism is the religion followed by the masses in Panama. Black Christ Festival is a big day of celebration for Panamanians. Spanish in the national language of Panama, but English and various local dialects are quite popular. Panama is the place, which has popularized certain forms of music such as salsa, jazz, calypso, Vallento and Mento. Folk dances in Panama, such as Tamborito, Pasillo and Contradanza are very famous throughout the nation. The cuisine of Panama shares many characteristics with the food of Latin American countries and involves lots of corn, seafood, shellfish and fish.

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    CULTURE Panama's arts reflect its ethnic mix. Indian tribes, West Indian groups, mestizos, Chinese, Middle Eastern, Swiss, Yugoslav and North American immigrants have all contributed ingredients to the cultural stew. Traditional arts include wood carving, weaving, ceramics and maskmaking. Spanish is the official language, though US influence and the international nature of the canal zone reinforce the use of English as a second language. West Indian immigrants also speak Caribbean-accented English. Indian tribes have retained their own languages. Panama is predominantly Roman Catholic, but there are sizable Muslim and Protestant minorities and small numbers of Hindus and Jews.
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    17. Panama Culture And Folklore
    FOLKLORE AND CULTURE . There are six different Indians Cultures in Panama and each one of them practices its very own typical ancestral customs.
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    As a meeting point in the history of the countries of Latin America, Panama is a country forged by various cultures and traditions that come together to create a unique complexity and exotic environment. The country's ethnic diversity is reflected in the traditional products, such as woodcarvings, ceremonial masks and pottery, as well as in its architecture, cuisine and festivals. To visit Panama is to dazzle the senses, where indigenous and European cultures combine to create a country without equal. Panama's architecture is a reflection of the different groups that make their home there. The Kuna Yala region, home to the Kuna Indians with their traditional huts, stands in contrast to the homes built by Swiss, Yugoslavian, Swedish, German and American immigrants in the styles unique to their respective countries. Back To Top SeaKunga Kayak Tours - Adventure Tours Multi Sport Tours ... Belize Eco Tours Seakunga Adventure Tours have been rated in many of the Top Adventure and Travel Magazines and we are proud of the reputation we have earned. If you're looking for a high-quality Adventure, Kayaking, Sailing, or Multi-Sport Tour, then keep checking out our website and see what Belize, Cuba and Panama have to offer.

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    A midday siesta is practiced in many South American countries due to the heat. Tourists in Panama will find that shops and businesses are often closed during these lunchtime hours
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