Museum of Religious Colonial Art Panama City, Panama

Museum of Religious Colonial Art is located in the Old Quarter of Panama City, the Santo Domingo de Guzman old chapel was built in the third quarter of the 18th Century and was restored in 1974. The items exhibited in Museum of Religious Colonial Art  belong to families and churches of Panama City and the countryside of Panama. Some of the pieces on display come from Spain while in others you may observe the South American art influence in the isthmus, either through the works, imported from Quito or Lima during the colonial times, and some others created by native or foreign artists based in Panama such as the silver chiseled and embossed processional cross, made in 1571 which belonged to the church of Veraguas.

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