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Reina Torres de Araúz Anthropological Museum

Reina Torres de Araúz Anthropological Museum

Reina Torres de Araúz Anthropological Museum

Reina Torres de Araúz Anthropological Museum (corner of Diana Moran Avenue (entrance to the urbanization Los Llanos de Curundu) with John Paul II Avenue and Curundu Street, Panama City) – this museum, a.k.a. MARTA, covers the country anthropological history, including an exhibit on the Barrilles culture (reputed to be the country’s earliest civilization). There is also an exhibit of pre-Columbian gold and other artifacts from Panama’s indigenous peoples. Admission: US$2.50 (adult), US$1 (students). Hours: Tuesday to Sunday from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.