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Greet the sun as it rises over the Pacific Ocean and watch its fiery orb rest for the night down the Atlantic Ocean – only in Panamá City.

Panamá City, one of the oldest cities in Latin America, initially established by Pedro Arias de Ávila in 1519 in the area that is now known as Old Panamá or Panamá Viejo. The flourishing trade and commerce center, which was founded in the near the coast was the seat of the Spanish administration. It was the stopover point of the traders carrying gold and silver collected from other conquered nations for Spain. Alas, Welsh pirate Sir Henry Morgan pillaged and razed the city in 1671, leaving the settlement, where almost all the important buildings were located, in ruins. A new settlement, now known as Casco Viejo was built eight kilometers from the razed city in 1673.

The city is the capital of the country of Panamá, a very rich city that is still the center of trade and commerce of the nation, where most of the international and national banks in the country have built their headquarters. Hailed as a Beta City and listed in the top five most ideals places in the world for retirement, the city is experiencing a boom not only in tourism, one of its major industries, but also in real estate investment. Shipping and trading also has a large part to play in the stability of Panamá City’s economy as well as that of the country. After all, the city is the location of one of the most important waterways in the world, the Panamá Canal, the canal that connects the Atlantic Ocean to the Pacific Ocean and considerably shortens the travel time by half. Panamá Canal provided the means to avoid the treacherous waters of the Strait of Magellan and the long travel time around Cape Horn. The canal project, one of the most difficult engineering feats, was started in 1880, completed in 1914, first owned by Colombia, then by France ahead of the United States and finally handed over to Panamá in 1999.

Panamá City contributes more than half of the country’s GDP. It has a population of over 880, 000 residents in the city while the metropolitan area is home to nearly 2.6 million inhabitants. The major language spoken by the city’s inhabitants is Spanish, a language that is infused with local color, mixed with influences from the Spanish spoken in Andalusia, the Caribbean and the Canary Islands. It has several borrowed words American English. There are also 19 ethnic languages spoken in the city, including Bribri, Bugle, Embera, Kuna, Wounaan, Naso Tjerdi and Ngäbere. Given this fact, the services of a professional translation and interpreting service provider are essential to accurately translate documents into the local language.

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With the great amount of tourism and international business pursuits and opportunities in Panama, accurate translation of your documents ensures that you are reaching those individuals directly and professionally in a language they can relate to. A professional document translation, perfectly done, will not only attract residents of the area you want to insinuate yourself into, but also impacts visitors or people wanting to relocate.

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About the City of Panama

Spanish Translation in Panama City, PanamáWhere else would you be able to wake up with the sun rising over the Pacific Ocean and watch is set in the Atlantic Ocean but in Panamá City. The city is sandwiched between the lush rainforest running along the coast of the Panama Canal, the Metropolitan Nature Park and the Pacific Ocean. This capital city is 275 square kilometers or 106 square miles in size, with an elevation of 2 meters or seven feet.

A very rich city, it contributes 55% to the country’s GDP and gives its inhabitants a GDP per capita of $11,700. With the presence of the iconic Panamá Canal on its shoreline, the city has one of the busiest port, as well as airport in the Central American region. Tourism is one of the major revenue sources of the city, competing for world prominence against Western Australian city of Perth and Dubai in the United Arab Emirates.

As the city is one of the earliest cities founded in the region, it has its prerequisite historical buildings and monuments as evidences to its colonial and glorious history, with two important areas getting designated as World Heritage Sites by UNESCO. Amid the ruins, Spanish colonial building in a mix of several architectural styles, the city’s skyline is tightly packed with modern skyscrapers. Panamá City is an international commerce and finance hub, drawing international and national banks, technological, communications, hotels and manufacturing companies to take advantage of this gateway to not only to Central America but also to the Caribbean and other Latin American countries. Real estate investment is booming, with the expansion projects that are being implemented to some of its facilities, including the Panamá Canal.

Panamá City has several interesting places to see as several activities suitable to almost all interests, set amid its natural surroundings, including rainforests, historical regions, rare and exotic flora and fauna, warm and friendly people ready to help, pristine beaches and gustatory delights. You could know about the city of Panamá from the city profile we have prepared just for you. You could learn about the city’s history, some of the best places to see, interesting facts that would help you to understand the city better and some tips for safe travel. In case you need your documents translated into the local language, please do not hesitate to give us a call.