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Reconstruction of a small colonial town which includes replicas government
offices, shops, school, church and beautiful plaza which contains a source. In
my town you can find the museum of the "skirt" which is the typical dress of our country
and folk exhibitions Friday and Saturday nights.
There are also replicas of cities of different ethnic groups that in Panama,
such as Afro-West Indian groups and groups as the Kuna Indians, and Ngabe
Chocoe. Mi Pueblito is located in the Cerro Ancon Avenue of the Martyrs.
The Mi Pueblito Resort is a place where mixed three different cultures: the
Afro-Caribbean, the rural and Indian. Each
of the towns within this complex shows a replica cultures listed buildings.
Attractions of Mi Pueblito:
1. Mi Pueblito Afroantillana.
At one end of the complex is a sample of culture West Indian population that
came to these lands at the time of construction of the Panama Canal.
Its main attractions are: Muller House, a replica of a building of the century
located in the neighborhood of Calidonia. This building Vapor is shaped
Ancon was the first ship to transit the Panama Canal. It is a three-story
house built of wood and painted in bright colors.
You can also find the replica of the Hotel Bahia, located in Bocas del Toro,
hotel built on stilts. Then there is the replica of West Indian Museum,
with stained glass windows representing the colors Flag of the Antillean
In the square there is a replica of the gazebo first underground Bocas del Toro
lottery and you will see three houses typical families Antilles.
2. Mi Pueblito Farmer
It consists of an urban area where there is a town with cobblestone streets,
Wood and tile roofs, a replica of a community inside the country.
In the center of the square is a fountain surrounded by colorful garden
lanterns on the sides. It also has a classroom, the museum of the skirt, a barber shop, a cottage and
a farmhouse, a grocery store, the mayor's office and the telegraph.
3. Mi Pueblito
It is a picturesque ride through the forest inhabited by the Kuna and Emberà-Wounnan.
The replica of the Kuna village home is represented by Guajara made with palm
and reed walls. The replica of the Embera-Wounan village is represented by
huts constructed of wood, palm Guajara and without walls.