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Panama is a transcontinental country located between Central America and South America. The country borders both Costa Rica and Colombia. Spanning an area of around 75,417 square kilometers, or 29,119 square miles, Panama is the 116th largest country in the world. The country is home to a population of around 4 million inhabitants. The capital city, which is also the largest, is Panama City, and is home to around half of the population. The government of Panama is a presidential representative democratic. The current president is Laurentino Cortizo, who has served in his position since 2019.

Panama’s environment and wildlife is the most diverse within Central America. The most dominant features within Panama’s geography are the two large mountain ranges within the country, the Tabasará Mountains in the west and the Cordillera de Sans Blas located in the east. These ranges extend for nearly the entire length of the country. The highest point located in the country is Barú, which is an inactive volcano. It reaches a peak of 11,401 feet, or 3,475 meters. As for the climate, the temperatures are typically high year round, and there is very little seasonal variation. Panama is also one of the world’s three countries to be carbon negative, which means it absorbs more carbon dioxide than it releases into the atmosphere.The tropical environment of Panama means that there are plenty of plants and trees within the country. Although 40% of the country remains covered by trees, the amount of trees has been reduced by 50% since around the 1940s. Panama is home to 10% of all bird species found on earth, including some endemic species. Common birds include the sapayoa and the pheasant cuckoo. There are over 230 species of mammal within Panama, including six different species of wild cats – jaguar, puma, oncilla, ocelot, margay, and jaguarundi.

Because of its geographical location, the economy of Panama is well developed. Although the country is regarded as a high-income country, there exists contrasts between classes due to educational differences. Some of the most popular exports of Panama are refined petroleum, copper ore, bananas, passenger and cargo ships, coal tar oil, packaged medicaments, gold, and rubber tires. Tourism plays a major role in the economy due to the beautiful views that Panama has to offer. In 2012, it was estimated that 2.2 million tourists visited the country, and 4.345.5 million dollars was made in revenue.

With 75% of Panama’s population living in urban settings, the country’s urban population is the largest within Central America. The three largest cities within Panama are Panama City, San Miguelito, and Las Cumbres. Currently, 29% of Panama’s population is younger than 15 years old, 64.5% of the population is aged between 15 and 65 years, and 6.6% of the population is older than 65. The population density of the country is 56 people per square kilometer, or 145 people per square mile. This density ranks Panama as the 122nd most densely populated country in the world.

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Old Maps of Panama
Take a look through our collection of Old Maps of Panama.

Panama is a transcontinental country located between Central America and South America. The country borders both Costa Rica and Colombia. Spanning an area of around 75,417 square kilometers, or 29,119 square miles, Panama is the 116th largest country in the world. The country is home to a population of around 4 million inhabitants. The capital city, which is also the largest, is Panama City, and is home to around half of the population. The government of Panama is a presidential representative democratic. The current president is Laurentino Cortizo, who has served in his position since 2019.

Panama’s environment and wildlife is the most diverse within Central America. The most dominant features within Panama’s geography are the two large mountain ranges within the country, the Tabasará Mountains in the west and the Cordillera de Sans Blas located in the east. These ranges extend for nearly the entire length of the country. The highest point located in the country is Barú, which is an inactive volcano. It reaches a peak of 11,401 feet, or 3,475 meters. As for the climate, the temperatures are typically high year round, and there is very little seasonal variation. Panama is also one of the world’s three countries to be carbon negative, which means it absorbs more carbon dioxide than it releases into the atmosphere.The tropical environment of Panama means that there are plenty of plants and trees within the country. Although 40% of the country remains covered by trees, the amount of trees has been reduced by 50% since around the 1940s. Panama is home to 10% of all bird species found on earth, including some endemic species. Common birds include the sapayoa and the pheasant cuckoo. There are over 230 species of mammal within Panama, including six different species of wild cats – jaguar, puma, oncilla, ocelot, margay, and jaguarundi.

Because of its geographical location, the economy of Panama is well developed. Although the country is regarded as a high-income country, there exists contrasts between classes due to educational differences. Some of the most popular exports of Panama are refined petroleum, copper ore, bananas, passenger and cargo ships, coal tar oil, packaged medicaments, gold, and rubber tires. Tourism plays a major role in the economy due to the beautiful views that Panama has to offer. In 2012, it was estimated that 2.2 million tourists visited the country, and 4.345.5 million dollars was made in revenue.

With 75% of Panama’s population living in urban settings, the country’s urban population is the largest within Central America. The three largest cities within Panama are Panama City, San Miguelito, and Las Cumbres. Currently, 29% of Panama’s population is younger than 15 years old, 64.5% of the population is aged between 15 and 65 years, and 6.6% of the population is older than 65. The population density of the country is 56 people per square kilometer, or 145 people per square mile. This density ranks Panama as the 122nd most densely populated country in the world.

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