• Museum of Colonial Religious Art
  • Built in the second third of the eighteenth century
  • 1974 – Restored by the National Historical Heritage
  • Originally the chapel of Santo Domingo de Guzman
  • Displays belong to families and churches in Panama City and the interior.
  • Colonial-era religious artefacts including 16th and 17th-century Spanish works that survived the sacking of Panam√° Viejo

 

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