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Fuerte Amador is situated at the Pacific entrance to the Panama Canal, it is a manmade peninsula that extends out into the Pacific Ocean. The causeway connects four small islands, Flamenco, Perico, Culebra and Naos, to the mainland. At the end of Isla Flamenco, you'll find one of the city's newest attractions, the Fuerte Amador Resort & Marina, this complex contains a two-story shopping centre, a marina, a cruise ship terminal and a number of restaurants and bars. Shop duty-free in either old town or the new part of town and find generous bargains on cultural items such as hand-woven molas made by the local Kuna Indians. The island of Culebra is the home of the Smithsonian Institute of Tropical Research, which provides a marine laboratory on the coast of Panama called the Bocas del Toro Research Station which offers a modern research vessel and access to both of the very different oceans that are only 50 miles apart, thus creating the ideal place for experimentation and study.
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