As a student of Panamanian history I had really wanted to see the Victoriano Lorenzo Museum in El Valle (he led un unsuccessful revolt against Colombia and was executed by firing squad in the Plaza de Francia in Casco Viejo in Panama City), but I wasn't prepared for the excellent curation and presentation of the geological and preColombian history of the El Valle region. The guide Giselle was thoroughly knowledgable and helpful and if you don't speak Spanish her English is very good as well. This is one hidden gem well worth the stop.
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