The Casco Viejo of Panama is a national historical monument that has been declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site, it represents the history of the time preserving its buildings to conserve the architecture and turn it into a historical place par excellence for the inhabitants and tourists.
The mix of everything that the Old Town has for visitors and its inhabitants is spectacular: from houses and residential and commercial buildings, squares, historical sites, hotels, museums, churches, theater, art galleries, craft shops, restaurants, and more to enjoy during the day and night where you can see breathtaking views of the Panama Bay, the city, and the sea.
This building was built in the year 1872 classified as Second Order, it has already been restored preserving important architectural elements of the time of highest value with certificate. Currently it is arranged on 2 levels for a restaurant with different environments, preserving the original architecture for the most part, this is a beautiful property both on its facade and internally.
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