Nearly five hundred years ago, a city was founded on a strategic Central American isthmus. Panama City would become a key center of trade. After hundreds of years of dreaming and planning, the Panama Canal opened, joining the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans through a series of locks. Let’s remember the founding of Panama City on August 15, 1519, with a devotional worksheet about the symbols of a bridge and a way.
(Fits Central American history timeline.)
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