What are 5 facts about panama?

Panama is the only place in the world where you can watch the sun rise in the Pacific Ocean and the sunset in the Atlantic Ocean from the same place. At the narrowest point in the country, only 80 kilometers (50 miles) separate the two oceans. A total of 12,000 lives were lost in the construction of the Panama Railroad, which is the oldest continuously operating railroad in the world. It is still fully operational, as it transports passengers between Panama City and Colón.

Located south of Hurricane Alley, Panama is rarely affected by tropical storms. Panama has the second largest free zone in the world. The Colon Free Zone is second in size after Hong Kong. The Panama Canal alone generates a third of Panama's entire economy. Panama, a Central American country located on the Isthmus of Panama, the narrow land bridge that connects North and South America.

This tropical nation, which encompasses the isthmus and more than 1600 islands off its Atlantic and Pacific coasts, is known for being the headquarters of the Panama Canal, which crosses its middle section. It is also known for its natural beauty, for its varied plant and animal life, including hundreds of species of birds and trees, and for its vibrant music and culture.

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