La Iglesia de la Merced Casco Viejo Panama City Statue of María de Cervello
Dating back to 1680, La Iglesia de la Merced stands in the heart of Casco Viejo, the historic old town of Panama City. Its interior is lavishly decorated with statues and religious art. María de Cervelló was a 13th century Spanish saint. She is often depicted with ships after her legend of being seen after her death on the wings of the wind to protect ships against raging winds.
- La Iglesia de la Merced Casco Viejo Panama City Statue of María de Cervello (2050724211407).tif
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15th Century Italian Augustinian nun 17th century Casco Antiguo Casco Viejo Central America Colonial architecture La Iglesia de la Merced Latin America María de Cervelló Old Quarter Panama Panama City Rita of Cascia San Felipe Santa Rita de Casia Spanish Colonial Spanish Colonial architecture architectural architecture art artistry building church edifice edifices fine art historic place of worship religious building saint sculpture statuary statue structures
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