From 1821 until 1903, Panama was part of Gran Colombia (a republic that also included modern-day Colombia, Venezuela, and Ecuador).
“Dianas” are the typical way Panamanians receive and celebrate their national days.
Bands that play “dianas” are composed of bugles, trumpets and drums.
The parades in Panama City are typically held on Via España and in Casco Viejo.
November 5: Colon Day November 5th is Panama’s version of Columbus Day.
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