This is there typical and cultural clothes.
Men wear: Montuno Ocueño is a more casual traditional dress worn by men, which is composed of a shirt (Cotonoa) and knee-length pant (Chingo). Montuno is well known for its colorful and beautiful embroidery, which is found in part of the neck, shoulders, front, cuffs, and around the lower edge of the shirt. The design of embroidery looks like geometric forms of flower and animals. Other accessories include a white straw hat (Sombrero Tipico) sandals (cutarras) and long knife wrapped by leather case (machete).
Men wear: this to This traditional dress worn by men is used during town festivities, national celebrations, and particularly when performing Panama folk dances, together with women wearing Polleras. It consists of a white long-leeve shirt and closed neck (Camisilla), black long pant, traditional straw hat with black lines (Sombrero Pintao), small bag hanging on the left side of the body (Chacara), and black and white shoes (Chinelas).
Women wear: “Pollera” is a traditional costume of Panama worn by women. It originally came from Spain during colonial times. It is basically a blouse and long skirt, which in Panama acquired its own characteristics, differiating itself from Spanish dress and other Latin American dresses of Spanish origin. Pollera is formed by multicolored cloth and embroidery. It can take around 8 months to make a complex design of Pollera. In addition, Pollera is also decorated with jewelry over the blouse, and the head of the woman is adorned by tortoise shell comb (peinetas) and beaded hair decorations (tembleques). They also wear La Montuna Ocueña is a casual traditional dress worn by women in the town of Ocu, Province of Herrera. It is composed of a white laced blouse, three-layered skirt with white bias in each division. La Montuna Ocueña is also accompanied by other accessories such as white hat decorated with natural flowers, earring, beaded necklaces and a shawl.
The climate: Panamá has a tropical maritime climate with a hot, humid, cloudy prolonged rainy season (May to January) and a short dry season (January to May). It is completely outside the hurricane belt and experiences few if any natural disasters. Most of Panama has two seasons: wet (“winter”) and dry (“summer”).
The symbol meaning: The blue represents the Pacific Ocean and Caribbean Sea and red stands for the blood spilt for Panama's independence. The blue star represents the civic virtues of purity and honesty and the red star symbolizes the authority of the law. Together they represent loyalty and resilience. The white was intended to stand for peace and purity.
Other ethnic groups: Central America is a region formed by 6 Latin American countries and one Anglo American nation, (Belize). As an isthmus it connects North America with South America, comprising the following countries (from north to south): Belize, Guatemala, Honduras, El Salvador, Nicaragua, Costa Rica and Panama.
Its government: The politics of Panama take place in a framework of a presidential representative democratic republic with multi-party system, whereby the President of Panama is both head of state and head of government.
There dictator: Manuel Antonio Noriega Moreno Spanish pronunciation born February 11, 1934) is a former Panamanian politician and military officer. He was military dictator of Panama from 1983 to 1989, when he was removed from power by the United States during the invasion of Panamá . Panamá does not have a king.
Panamá map: Map of Panama which is the southernmost country in North America, located in Central America, bordering both the Caribbean sea and the Pacific Ocean, between Colombia and Costa Rica.