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'''Colon''' is a province of [[Panama]].
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The Central Panama region includes much of Panama province and all of Colon and Cocle provinces.  
  
 
==Regions==
 
==Regions==
  
 
==Cities==
 
==Cities==
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* [[Panama City]]
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* [[Balboa]]
 
* [[Colon (Panama)|Colon]], the capital city.
 
* [[Colon (Panama)|Colon]], the capital city.
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* [[Cristobal]]
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* [[Gamboa]]
 
* [[Portobelo]]
 
* [[Portobelo]]
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==Other destinations==
 
==Other destinations==
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* [[El Valle]] A charming little town nestled in the second biggest inhabited volcanic caldera in the world. El Valle boasts an all-year spring-like climate, amazing biodiversity, and a wide selection of hotels and restaurants among others. Located about an hour west of Panama City.
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* [[Contadora]]
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* [[Pearl Islands]] - Archipelago de las Perlas
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* [[Taboga]]
  
 
==Understand==
 
==Understand==

Revision as of 04:36, 7 August 2011

The Central Panama region includes much of Panama province and all of Colon and Cocle provinces.

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Other destinations

  • El Valle A charming little town nestled in the second biggest inhabited volcanic caldera in the world. El Valle boasts an all-year spring-like climate, amazing biodiversity, and a wide selection of hotels and restaurants among others. Located about an hour west of Panama City.
  • Contadora
  • Pearl Islands - Archipelago de las Perlas
  • Taboga

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