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[Thumbnail: Girl wearing a pollera in a school folk event in Panama.]

Campesino Week 2018 at Diana Gabriel School

By: Marino Jaén Espinosa

Event organized by a school community located in Arraijan. [More]

[Thumbnail: Young Panamanian woman wearing a pollera for the One Thousand Polleras Parade.]

One Thousand Polleras Parade 2018

By: Marino Jaén Espinosa

Folklore and Tourism event held at Las Tablas every year. [More]

[Thumbnail: Young girl dressed as a Kuna Indian in Panama.]

Folklore Event by Diana Gabriel Bilingual School

By: Marino Jaén Espinosa

Held yearly in the town of Arraijan, this event showcases the knowledge of Panamanian folklore acquired by students. [More]

[Thumbnail: Melo oxen-pulled cart in a November 10th Parade at Juan Diaz.]

November 10th Parade at Juan Diaz, with the participation of Melo

By: Marino Jaén Espinosa

Parade celebrating the first yell of independence of Panama from Spain [More]

[Thumbnail: Pollera-wearing girl in Panama.]

Folk Gala of the Diana Gabriel School, in Arraijan

By: Marino Jaén Espinosa

Every year we join the kids at this school for their Campesino Week celebration. [More]

[Thumbnail: Mr. Efrain Gutierrez, Panamanian folk practitioner.]

Award ceremony to folklore practitioners and other talented Panamanians by Melo

By: Marino Jaén Espinosa

The World Egg Day served as the date for the honoring of distinguished Panamanians. [More]

[Thumbnail: A kid wears a sombrero pintao of Panama at a school presentation.]

Peasant's Week 2014 at Colegio Bilingue Diana Gabriel

By: Marino Jaén Espinosa

Yearly event prepared by the children of this elementary school in order to honor Panamanian traditions. [More]

[Thumbnail: Farmer's Week celebration ad an Elementary School in Panama.]

Farmer's Week 2013 at Diana Gabriel Elementary School

By: Marino Jaén Espinosa

Located in Arraijan, this Elementary School organizes this important cultural celebration every year. [More]

[Thumbnail: Drummer girl at Penonome's aniversary of founding.]

432th Anniversary of the Founding of the City of Penonome.

By: Luis Alberto Camarena B

The capital city of the now province of Penonome was founded during Spanish colonial times. [More]

[Thumbnail: Panamanian elementary school students sing during the Peasant's Week celebration.]

Peasant's Week 2012 at Colegio Bilingue Diana Gabriel

By: Marino Jaén Espinosa

Yearly celebration of our countryside traditions at an elementary school. [More]

[Thumbnail: A young panamanian student during the Peasant's Week, a traditional school activity.]

Peasant's Week at Diana Gabriel Bilingual School

By: Marino Jaén Espinosa

A school located at Arraijan held this yearly festival celebrating our countryside heritage. [More]

[Thumbnail: Laffit Pincay Jr. celebrating Panama's Independence Day at Los Angeles with other Panamanians]

Pictures from Panama's National Holidays

By: Marino Jaén Espinosa

Photos sent from all over Panama and even from LA and NY. [More]

[Thumbnail: Mask of the Great Devil from Chitre]

Folklore Parade for Chitre's Anniversary

By: Marino Jaén Espinosa

The capital city of Herrera province also held a parade for this celebration. [More]

[Thumbnail: Girl at the Aguadulce's founding anniversary.]

Aguadulce Celebrates 159 Years of Township


This city is located in the province of Cocle, near the Herrera and Veraguas border. [More]

[Thumbnail: A pair of oxen]

151st Anniversary of the Founding of Macaracas

By: Marino Jaén Espinosa

This town of Los Santos province celebrated this special date with a parade of oxen-pulled carts. [More]

[Thumbnail: Woman wearing a pollera]

Parade of the Thousand Polleras

By: Marino Jaén Espinosa

Panama City's open air live exhibition of polleras. [More]

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