This was my favorite church in Casco Veijo. The old town and most interesting region of Panama City. Any stroll in Casco will be memorable. Especially if you're a photographer. Old and new, crumbling and revived, swanky and gritty all collide here. It's just so alive. New things are always happening here. We passed models on photo shoots and also witnessed the filming of what appeared to be a major commercial. But even with all the new, the past is always bubbling at the surface. You see it everywhere...
These weathered wooden statues really caught my eye.
The statues peek out of all these nooks and crannies.
Meanwhile, at another church, you can sit and bask in the glow of the Golden Alter. Read about the luminous majesty below...
Yet another church.
Aches abound in Casco Veijo. But this one has a story.
I stated in a previous Panama post that some crumbling courtyards, intriguing holes that are still waiting for a modern day spruce up, are now being utilized by food trucks. This one was some kind of cat sanctuary. There were lots of cats and just as many food bowls. Food trucks for cats I guess!
I hope you enjoyed this mini structural tour of old town. I'll be back visiting blogs next week. See you soon.
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