• PANAMA CITY Panama Canal an engineering MARVEL

    PANAMA CITY Panama Canal an engineering MARVEL. Experience how ships transit in PANAMA CANAL. Witness the beauty of nature and the wonder of ships passing through the mountain. This canal connects the Pacific ocean and the Atlantic ocean. This is the most strategic maritime passage which shortens the amount of time to travel from both sides of the world.

    published: 05 Sep 2015
  • FSU Panama City Electrical Engineering

    published: 30 Aug 2011
  • Career Snapshot: Systems engineer, NSWC Panama City Division's Mine Systems branch

    Meet Cameron Matthews a systems engineer at NSWC Panama City Division's Mine Systems branch.

    published: 30 Jul 2012
  • How the Panama Canal was built - BBC News

    Subscribe to BBC News www.youtube.com/bbcnews BBC News tells the story of the construction of one of the seven wonders of the modern world. Subscribe to BBC News HERE http://bit.ly/1rbfUog Check out our website: http://www.bbc.com/news Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/bbcworldnews Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/bbcworld Instagram: http://instagram.com/bbcnews

    published: 08 Aug 2014
  • The Panama Canal. Tourist attraction in Panama

    Panama Travel Guide. Tourist attractions Panama http://www.abcviajes.com/viajes/panama Just 15 minutes from downtown Panama City is one of the most significant works of engineering of the 20th century. Witnessing massive ships traverse through the Miraflores locks is part of what makes a visit to Panama unforgettable. Panama Panama hotels Panama things to do Panama tour Panama tourist attractions Panama travel guide Things to do in Panama Hotels in Panama Panama hotel Panama tours Panama weather Where to stay in Panama Panama holidays Flights to Panama Panama tourism Hotels Panama What to do in Panama Hotels in Panama Hostels in Panama

    published: 07 Mar 2014
  • FSU Panama City Engineer

    Commercial produced for Florida State University Panama City Campus. Neves Media developed the concept for this spot to promote FSU's strive for excellence campaign motivating students to pursue post graduate degrees.

    published: 02 Apr 2010
  • Extreme Engineering Widening the Panama Canal | Timelapse -Full documentry(HD)|1080 HD

    Widening the Panama CanalExtreme Engineering The size of ships that can transit the canal, dubbed Panamax, is conscribed largely by the locks, whichExtreme Engineering Widening the Panama Canal | Timelapse -Full documentry(HD)|1080 HDExtreme Engineering Widening the Panama Canal | Timelapse -Full documentry(HD)|1080 HD

    published: 05 Apr 2017
  • Update From Panama City

    Website: http://travellifex.com/ This is a little check-in from our last month living in Panama City. We’ve been here also 4 weeks pet and house sitting and enjoying this beautiful city. When we arrived we started Pet sitting In the old part of the city called Casco Viejo – We looked after this fun, mature dog Weej – he was quite a character and stayed in this beautiful apartment overlooking the colonial architecture and Pacific ocean. We are now in our 3rd international house sitting. Now we are on a high-rise close to Panama bay in Marbella – beautiful view over looking the city Looking after a cute little cat, she’s pretty independent and keeps to herself. What we like about the city: - It’s very livable– everything you need is here - Subway and buses are only 35cents a visit, ...

    published: 06 Nov 2015
  • The Palm Island, Dubai UAE - Megastructure Development

    An awe-inspiring engineering feat, Dubai Palm Islands is definitely the largest artificial islands on earth. These Islands are three man made islands in the form of massive palm trees connected to the beaches of Dubai. The first island is the Palm Jumeirah, Jebel Ali Palm second and the third is the Palm Deira which is the biggest of them all. This artificial archipelago located off the coastline of United Arab Emirates in Persian Gulf. Dubai islands project was commissioned by Sheikh Mohammed in an effort to maximize beachfront property. Dubai's palm tree-shaped resort island on land built from the sea will contribute 120 km of beaches. Aside from the construction of the ambitious expansion, there is also the problem of constructing a mini city, which consists of 4,500 high-end residenti...

    published: 06 May 2013
  • Utah engineer to build bridges in Panama

    It's easy to take the basic engineering feats in our community for granted. But something as simple as a footbridge can be a lifeline in other parts of the world. Jed Boal introduces us to a local engineer who's improving lives in Panama. Aired 6 p.m. 3/10/16

    published: 11 Mar 2016
  • View from Above- Panama

    View From Above: Rio de Janeiro Welcome to the View from Above! A series where we take you on a Journey to some of the most beautiful places on earth! One place that harbours a particularly beautiful realty is the country Panama. Between its crystalline blue waters and its deep, damp and dark tropical jungles, Panama proudly boasts a number of gorgeous cities that hug the coast on either side of this famous isthmus. Panama was ‘found’ by Rodrigo de Bastidas, the Spanish conquistador hell-bent on discovering gold on the South American mainland. Little did he know that Panama was the isthmus between North and Central America; the narrowest stretch of land between the Caribbean and the Pacific. As Spanish settlers began mining the rich reserves of gold and silver on the west coast of Sout...

    published: 23 Jan 2016
  • Panama Canal (Panama City) Vacation Travel Video Guide

    Modern time wonder The Panama Canal in Panama City. Panama City is the capital of the southern state of Central America’s land bridge. This vibrant, modern city is located in a tropical country at which Panama’s isthmus is only eighty miles wide. The country's name is famous because it contains the most important waterway in the world and the development of both urban and rural areas is due to the presence of the gigantic Panama Canal. This massive and amazingly expensive project of building technology is best understood by travelling along it, a journey that takes around nine hours and changes direction twice a day. Soon we will see the monumental steel bridge of Puenta De Las Américas, the only land connection between North and South America, since the channel cuts through both continen...

    published: 07 Apr 2016
  • Panama Canal Visit 2016

    Some awesome engineering!

    published: 30 Aug 2016
  • Top places to visit in Panama City

    Panama City has so much to offer to all kinds of travellers. When arriving, at first you would see a vibrant hustling metropolis with a lot of huge skyscrapers and crazy traffic but there is much more than that. Panama City has it all! Rich history and amazing architecture, especially the one in the old town of Casco Viejo or the Little Havana as they call it that is filled with a lot of great cafes, bars, restaurants offering great cuisine lots of entertainment. You can feel the amazing Latin American vibes everywhere. Just about a 30 minutes drive away from the city you can visit the remarkable Panama Canal and Miraflores locks to learn about the amazing history of this engineering marvel. By taking about less than an hour drive from the city you can explore tropical Gamboa rainforests ...

    published: 01 Oct 2017
  • Panama, Panama city, CENTRAL Avenue, 2012y,06m,28d(Thu),16h28

    From Colle street, to south, along cetral Avenue, to south, near plaza 5 de mayo, Panama city, Panama 28(Thursday)/06/2012, 16h28~ パナマ、パナマ市、5月5日広場近く、central Avenue沿い、colle streetより、南へ

    published: 04 Jul 2012
  • May 2013 - FSU EWB & International Experience Program - Panama

    In May of 2013, four FSU Students went on an FSU International Experience Trip to the Republic of Panama. All students, active in Engineers Without Borders (EWB), visited indigenous communities throughout the country, forged partnerships with local NGO's and even created an affiliate chapter of FSU EWB at FSU-Panama. This trip has laid a strong foundation for a long-term Engineers Without Borders Program in the Bocas del Toro archipelago. For more information visit: www.eng.fsu.edu/ewb contact us: fsuewb@gmail.com

    published: 19 Sep 2013
  • Panama City, Panama - Crossing the Bridge of the Americas HD (2014)

    The Panama Canal (Spanish: Canal de Panamá) is a 77.1-kilometre (48 mi) ship canal in Panama that connects the Atlantic Ocean (via the Caribbean Sea) to the Pacific Ocean. The canal cuts across the Isthmus of Panama and is a key conduit for international maritime trade. There are locks at each end to lift ships up to Gatun Lake, an artificial lake created to reduce the amount of excavation work required for the canal, 26 metres (85 ft) above sea level. The current locks are 33.5 metres (110 ft) wide. A third, wider lane of locks is currently under construction and is due to open in 2015. France began work on the canal in 1881, but had to stop because of engineering problems and high mortality due to disease. The United States took over the project in 1904, and took a decade to complete th...

    published: 03 Aug 2014
  • Unlocking The Mega Mover The Panama Canal (An Engineering Feat)

    This documentary examines the mega-machines used to run the Panama Canal and uncovers the canal's five-billion dollar project for it's expansion. It carries . This documentary examines the mega-machines used to run the Panama Canal and uncovers the canal's five-billion dollar project for it's expansion. It carries . The Channel Tunnel or Euro Tunnel is one of the world's longest underground rail tunnels, and links England with France. Consisting of two rail tunnels and a. The Panama Canal (Spanish: Canal de Panamá) is a 77.1-kilometre (48 mi) ship canal in Panama that connects the Atlantic Ocean (via the Caribbean Sea) to the .

    published: 28 Nov 2014
  • Panama city tours 2016 (HD)

    Panama city tours 2016, Panama city tourism & Vacations 2016, Panama city trip 2016 Travel Videos HD, World Travel Guide http://www.youtube.com/subscription_c... Panama City is a very multicultural place, with large populations from many different parts of the world. Spanish is spoken by most, and many speak some form of English. Customer service is slowly improving, and surprisingly dismal in hotels. However, on the streets Panamanians are for the most part extremely friendly and helpful and would love to give you some advice. There's great shopping, from high-end stores in the malls around Paitilla and in the banking district around Via Espana, to veritable bargains around La Central (Central Avenue, now turned into a pedestrian walkway) and the Los Pueblos outdoor mall. You can find ma...

    published: 28 Mar 2015
  • SOCIAL ENGINEERING

    Reponsible for the Curundú Project, in Panamá, Julio Lopes Ramos talks about the challenges of an initiative in which "family is leading role"

    published: 06 Jun 2012
  • Von Roll Sky Ride on Panama City Beach, Florida in 1962

    Von Roll is a Swiss engineering company that has constructed similar Sky Rides throughout the world.

    published: 26 Apr 2015
  • [Extreme Engineering] Build It Bigger: Rebuilding New York City's Subway (S05E01)

    Suscribe! https://goo.gl/F8TVmV Extreme Engineering - MegaStructures - Build it Bigger SEASON: 5 EPISODE: 2 - Drought Proofing Australia S05E02 From the skyscrapers of Dubai to the amusement parks of Minnesota, Danny Forster travels the world to break down the most astounding, complex engineering feats to date. In Build It Bigger, airing Tuesdays at 10 p.m. ET/PT starting on July 10, architect Danny Forster takes you inside some of the most head-scratching builds in the world. Join Danny as he meets the men and women tackling the unique challenges of constructing the tallest buildings, the most effective military tanks, the largest luxury cruise ships, and the most extreme thrill rides. How do you build a 3,113-foot-long wooden roller coaster in winter temperatures of minus 40 degrees?...

    published: 09 Sep 2014
  • Name Brand Electronic Prices PanaFoto & PriceSmart in Panama

    Name Brand electronic prices in the two main electronic stores in Panama City, Panama. http://www.DiscoverCuencaEcuador.com http://www.GringoGoodSamaritans.com

    published: 13 Nov 2015
  • Modern Wonders of the World

    Subscribe to Naked Science - http://goo.gl/wpc2Q1 Every Wednesday we present a full length documentary, so join us to see the truth laid bare... We live on a beautiful planet. Today our natural landscapes also boast manmade wonders, icons of engineering and architecture. So what are the world's modern wonders? We've compiled our top seven, from the tallest building on Earth, to the longest underwater tunnel, from aviation's greatest airliner, to engineering's greatest work of art. These are our modern wonders! The great engineering achievements of the modern world are more than purely functional. The visionaries who dreamed up their imposing shapes used art and science to create structures of dramatic beauty. Our bridges, dams, and skyscrapers, dominate our landscapes, as the pyra...

    published: 23 Jul 2014
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PANAMA CITY Panama Canal an engineering MARVEL

PANAMA CITY Panama Canal an engineering MARVEL

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PANAMA CITY Panama Canal an engineering MARVEL. Experience how ships transit in PANAMA CANAL. Witness the beauty of nature and the wonder of ships passing through the mountain. This canal connects the Pacific ocean and the Atlantic ocean. This is the most strategic maritime passage which shortens the amount of time to travel from both sides of the world.
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FSU Panama City Electrical Engineering

FSU Panama City Electrical Engineering

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Career Snapshot: Systems engineer, NSWC Panama City Division's Mine Systems branch

Career Snapshot: Systems engineer, NSWC Panama City Division's Mine Systems branch

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Meet Cameron Matthews a systems engineer at NSWC Panama City Division's Mine Systems branch.
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How the Panama Canal was built - BBC News

How the Panama Canal was built - BBC News

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Subscribe to BBC News www.youtube.com/bbcnews BBC News tells the story of the construction of one of the seven wonders of the modern world. Subscribe to BBC News HERE http://bit.ly/1rbfUog Check out our website: http://www.bbc.com/news Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/bbcworldnews Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/bbcworld Instagram: http://instagram.com/bbcnews
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The Panama Canal. Tourist attraction in Panama

The Panama Canal. Tourist attraction in Panama

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Panama Travel Guide. Tourist attractions Panama http://www.abcviajes.com/viajes/panama Just 15 minutes from downtown Panama City is one of the most significant works of engineering of the 20th century. Witnessing massive ships traverse through the Miraflores locks is part of what makes a visit to Panama unforgettable. Panama Panama hotels Panama things to do Panama tour Panama tourist attractions Panama travel guide Things to do in Panama Hotels in Panama Panama hotel Panama tours Panama weather Where to stay in Panama Panama holidays Flights to Panama Panama tourism Hotels Panama What to do in Panama Hotels in Panama Hostels in Panama
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FSU Panama City Engineer

FSU Panama City Engineer

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Commercial produced for Florida State University Panama City Campus. Neves Media developed the concept for this spot to promote FSU's strive for excellence campaign motivating students to pursue post graduate degrees.
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Extreme Engineering Widening the Panama Canal | Timelapse -Full documentry(HD)|1080 HD

Extreme Engineering Widening the Panama Canal | Timelapse -Full documentry(HD)|1080 HD

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Widening the Panama CanalExtreme Engineering The size of ships that can transit the canal, dubbed Panamax, is conscribed largely by the locks, whichExtreme Engineering Widening the Panama Canal | Timelapse -Full documentry(HD)|1080 HDExtreme Engineering Widening the Panama Canal | Timelapse -Full documentry(HD)|1080 HD
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Update From Panama City

Update From Panama City

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Website: http://travellifex.com/ This is a little check-in from our last month living in Panama City. We’ve been here also 4 weeks pet and house sitting and enjoying this beautiful city. When we arrived we started Pet sitting In the old part of the city called Casco Viejo – We looked after this fun, mature dog Weej – he was quite a character and stayed in this beautiful apartment overlooking the colonial architecture and Pacific ocean. We are now in our 3rd international house sitting. Now we are on a high-rise close to Panama bay in Marbella – beautiful view over looking the city Looking after a cute little cat, she’s pretty independent and keeps to herself. What we like about the city: - It’s very livable– everything you need is here - Subway and buses are only 35cents a visit, transportation is easy and very cheap - High quality grocery stores and if you stay with local brands, its reasonable (especially beer and wine) We thought the canal was really interesting, the scale and magnitude of it, and learning how this amazing 100 year old engineering marvel. Even though Panama City is a big city it does have a nice vibe to it. We watched the parade for the Panama independence day celebrations We love the Bay area – the parks, the trails – lot of people working out, walking their dogs all with scenic views of the Pacific People have willing to help when we clearly looked a little lost in the subway station Panama Viejo is the old ruins – made for a nice afternoon walk its within the city dichotomy of the old of the ruins and new views of the skyline Walking the neighborhoods – we felt really safe here It forced us to practice our Spanish – it really is the dominant language here So what’s next for us? - Now we are going to check out some of the parks in and around the city over the next few days - Just planned out our last 5 weeks before we head to Canada to see our families for Christmas -3 weeks in Colombia – travelling around the northern part of the country Back to Panama to see other parts of the country then fly out of Panama City mid-December. Any suggestions for our travel in Colombia or Panama we’d love to hear them. Website: http://travellifex.com/ You tube: https://www.youtube.com/c/travellifex Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TravelLIfeExperiences Twitter: https://twitter.com/TravelLifeX Instagram http://instagram.com/travellifex/ Google+: https://plus.google.com/u/1/+Travelli... Linked In: https://www.linkedin.com/company/travel-life-experiences
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The Palm Island, Dubai UAE - Megastructure Development

The Palm Island, Dubai UAE - Megastructure Development

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An awe-inspiring engineering feat, Dubai Palm Islands is definitely the largest artificial islands on earth. These Islands are three man made islands in the form of massive palm trees connected to the beaches of Dubai. The first island is the Palm Jumeirah, Jebel Ali Palm second and the third is the Palm Deira which is the biggest of them all. This artificial archipelago located off the coastline of United Arab Emirates in Persian Gulf. Dubai islands project was commissioned by Sheikh Mohammed in an effort to maximize beachfront property. Dubai's palm tree-shaped resort island on land built from the sea will contribute 120 km of beaches. Aside from the construction of the ambitious expansion, there is also the problem of constructing a mini city, which consists of 4,500 high-end residential homes, miles of roads, luxurious hotels and many amenities that will require basic human resources including electricity, safe drinking water and many more. This enormous project will position Dubai as one of the top tourist destinations in the world. I will tell you why these islands have appeared and that they must satisfy. Dubai is an emirate that open sea about 50 km (an estimate) and the sites required for building projects are on the beach. To view course and especially to "park" in front of the yacht's property or even assembly. Well when the beach was not available, and demand persists, the beach had invented. And it appeared artificial islands. Hence so sophisticated forms of the islands: they had to provide a larger opening to the ocean. This new concept quickly caught on. 'Only a' product 'high-end, the latest wrinkle in the most creative developers metropolis. A new source of land, location of the trick of the planet Earth! The job went, the two islands were settled immediately, with mixed development, spectacular, exorbitant, and finally in Dubai's specific style ... In parallel to the World archipelago started building and other projects are still on the drawing board Nakheel, developer. But crisis compels us to winter a little ... Where is the dream of similar islands: In Lebanon, wants to build a cedar shaped islands, the symbol of this country. Russia wants to try an island / an archipelago in Black in Sochi at the 2014 Olympics, at least that is speaking through the past years. Also in Japan there are several large airports built on artificial islands. The Palm Islands are artificial peninsulas constructed of sand dredged from the bottom of the Persian Gulf by the Belgian company Jan De Nul and the Dutch company Van Oord. The sand is sprayed by the dredging ships, which are guided by DGPS, onto the required area in a process known as rain-bowing because of the arcs in the air when the sand is sprayed. The outer edge of each Palm's encircling crescent is a large rock breakwater. The breakwater of the Palm Jumeirah has over seven million tons of rock. The Palm Islands are an artificial archipelago (islands) in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. Major commercial and residential infrastructures will be constructed by Nakheel Properties, a property developer in The UAE. The Belgian and Dutch dredging and marine contractors, Jan De Nul and Van Oord, some of the world's specialists in land reclamation, were hired to complete construction. The islands are the Palm Jumeirah, the Palm Jebel Ali and the Palm Deira. Each settlement will be in the shape of a palm tree, topped with a crescent. The settlements will have a large number of residential, leisure and entertainment centers. The Palm Islands are located off the coast of The UAE in the Persian Gulf and will add 520 kilometers of beaches to the city of Dubai. The first two islands will comprise of approximately 100 million cubic meters of rock and sand. The Palm Deira will be composed of approximately one billion cubic meters of rock and sand. All materials will be quarried in The UAE. Among the three islands, there will be over 100 luxury hotels, exclusive residential beach side villas and apartments, marinas, water theme parks, restaurants, shopping malls, sports facilities and health spas. The creation of the Palm Jumeirah began in June 2001. Shortly after, the Palm Jebel Ali was announced and reclamation work began. The Palm Deira is planned to have a surface area of 46.35 square kilometers and was announced for development in October 2004. GC Privé ~ A world of luxury www.gcprive.com
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Utah engineer to build bridges in Panama

Utah engineer to build bridges in Panama

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It's easy to take the basic engineering feats in our community for granted. But something as simple as a footbridge can be a lifeline in other parts of the world. Jed Boal introduces us to a local engineer who's improving lives in Panama. Aired 6 p.m. 3/10/16
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View from Above- Panama

View from Above- Panama

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View From Above: Rio de Janeiro Welcome to the View from Above! A series where we take you on a Journey to some of the most beautiful places on earth! One place that harbours a particularly beautiful realty is the country Panama. Between its crystalline blue waters and its deep, damp and dark tropical jungles, Panama proudly boasts a number of gorgeous cities that hug the coast on either side of this famous isthmus. Panama was ‘found’ by Rodrigo de Bastidas, the Spanish conquistador hell-bent on discovering gold on the South American mainland. Little did he know that Panama was the isthmus between North and Central America; the narrowest stretch of land between the Caribbean and the Pacific. As Spanish settlers began mining the rich reserves of gold and silver on the west coast of South America, the precious metals were hauled North to the blossoming town called Panama, and then across the isthmus toward the Caribbean. The town, accumulating riches from the wealth of trade, grew year after year, its people adopting a unifying identity. The town became so rich that it was the target of many pirate raids and foreign blockades before the country of Panama gained its full independence in 1903. Despite corruption, military rule and the US invasion in the 1980’s, Panama has become one of South America’s most developed countries. With relatively low unemployment, a thriving modern capital, and a revived passion for local culture, the country is the ultimate vacation destination. To the unlearned traveller, Panama is only known for its famous canal, built by the Americans, bisecting the country, and forming the popular thoroughfare from the Caribbean to the Pacific. A ship can pass through the canal in less than 8 hours, essentially cutting out the dangerous route that would take the ship around the southern tip of Chile. A visitor to the canal, near Panama City, can admire the engineering marvel of locks and passages that essentially carry large tankers across dry land. There is also a beautiful museum there too, showing visitors how the canal was built. But there’s a lot more to Panama than just the canal. A visit to the modern metropolis of Panama City will have tourists uncovering the Spanish Old Quarter or the Casco Viejo. It is in Casco Viejo where the visitor can get a real sense of Panama’s colonial heritage and past, while they spoil themselves by dining in some fantastic restaurants and shopping in a number of stores. Take a look at the ruins of the old town which the famous Captain Morgan sacked by razing it to ground. Every visitor should also take a walk around downtown Panama, and get up close and personal with the number of internationally renowned and fantastically designed skyscrapers that line the coast. Make sure you take a walk down the famous Avenida Balboa promenade. Being such a local hotspot the visitor can get a real sense of the Panamanian way of life on the drive that stretches for miles, lined with vendors and music. Although being out at night is not always recommended, the promenade is always the best place to view the city after the sun has gone down, with the lights of the skyscrapers shining down onto its onlookers. Panama’s marina is also a wonderful place to spend the day out, looking at the yachts while eating at a number of superb restaurants. Another great way to spend time in Panama City is visiting the old colonially designed Catholic churches such as the San Jose with its golden alter, or the Basilica Santa Maria la Antigua. The Panamanian countryside has a wealth of national parks that are begging to be explored. With thousands of famous hiking trails zig zagging across the Panamanian mountains, and a throng of wildlife, the countryside is a backpackers paradise, especially around the area of Boquete. Island archipelagos like Las Blas are idyllic locations, perfect for either relaxing on the white sands or scuba diving and snorkelling. View from Above could not have made these astonishing videos without the help of the DJI unmanned recreational drones. Witness these marvellous feats of modern technology on the website: http://www.dji.com/ Can we please have standing ovations for the gallant little drone, the DJI Phantom: http://www.dji.com/product/phantom-3 And a courteous bow to the valiant and impressive DJI Inspire UAV: http://www.dji.com/product/inspire-1 This amazing video was shot and edited by: Marcelo Fortes http://aeroflowrj.com.br/ Be sure to check out the other amazing destinations in the View from Above series such as: Sydney Seattle Dubai Sri Lanka New Zealand Poland Japan Germany Maldives Norway Netherlands Seychelles Italy Greece Vietnam Ireland
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Panama Canal (Panama City) Vacation Travel Video Guide

Panama Canal (Panama City) Vacation Travel Video Guide

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Modern time wonder The Panama Canal in Panama City. Panama City is the capital of the southern state of Central America’s land bridge. This vibrant, modern city is located in a tropical country at which Panama’s isthmus is only eighty miles wide. The country's name is famous because it contains the most important waterway in the world and the development of both urban and rural areas is due to the presence of the gigantic Panama Canal. This massive and amazingly expensive project of building technology is best understood by travelling along it, a journey that takes around nine hours and changes direction twice a day. Soon we will see the monumental steel bridge of Puenta De Las Américas, the only land connection between North and South America, since the channel cuts through both continents. After travelling twelve kilometres inland the ships must negotiate the first double lock, which takes around forty five minutes. After forty kilometres, the third lock system follows, the Gatún Locks, where the ships are lowered twenty six metres. This impressive process takes an hour in three successive lock chambers, each of which is about three hundred metres long. The dream of a water connection between the Atlantic and the Pacific came true within a period of ten years. A remarkable feat of engineering and water power! -------------- Watch more travel videos ► https://goo.gl/MXPgSs Join us. Subscribe now! ► https://goo.gl/awdDrh Be our fan on Facebookhttp://goo.gl/0xmbQk Follow us on Twitter ► http://goo.gl/334ln5 -------------- Thanks for all your support, rating the video and leaving a comment is always appreciated! Please: respect each other in the comments. Expoza Travel is taking you on a journey to the earth's most beautiful and fascinating places. Get inspiration and essentials with our travel guide videos and documentaries for your next trip, holiday, vacation or simply enjoy and get tips about all the beauty in the world... It is yours to discover!
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Panama Canal Visit 2016

Panama Canal Visit 2016

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Some awesome engineering!
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Top places to visit in Panama City

Top places to visit in Panama City

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Panama City has so much to offer to all kinds of travellers. When arriving, at first you would see a vibrant hustling metropolis with a lot of huge skyscrapers and crazy traffic but there is much more than that. Panama City has it all! Rich history and amazing architecture, especially the one in the old town of Casco Viejo or the Little Havana as they call it that is filled with a lot of great cafes, bars, restaurants offering great cuisine lots of entertainment. You can feel the amazing Latin American vibes everywhere. Just about a 30 minutes drive away from the city you can visit the remarkable Panama Canal and Miraflores locks to learn about the amazing history of this engineering marvel. By taking about less than an hour drive from the city you can explore tropical Gamboa rainforests full with different kind tropical wildlife and lot of fun things to do, like feeding monkeys on the Monkey island. By taking a few hours trip away from the city you can explore to many incredible islands either on the Pacific or Carribean side of Panama. Panama City is one of my all time favourite cities, been there twice and will come again! _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ Music: Milky Chance - Flashed Junk Mind (filous Remix) https://soundcloud.com/filous/milky-chance-flashed-junk-mind-filous-remix Cameras: DJI Mavic Pro http://click.dji.com/AMfS21OdtKBESOpQnOWu?pm=link GoPro Hero 5 Black https://shop.gopro.com/EMEA/cameras/hero5-black/CHDHX-501-master.html
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Panama, Panama city, CENTRAL Avenue, 2012y,06m,28d(Thu),16h28

Panama, Panama city, CENTRAL Avenue, 2012y,06m,28d(Thu),16h28

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From Colle street, to south, along cetral Avenue, to south, near plaza 5 de mayo, Panama city, Panama 28(Thursday)/06/2012, 16h28~ パナマ、パナマ市、5月5日広場近く、central Avenue沿い、colle streetより、南へ
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May 2013 - FSU EWB & International Experience Program - Panama

May 2013 - FSU EWB & International Experience Program - Panama

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In May of 2013, four FSU Students went on an FSU International Experience Trip to the Republic of Panama. All students, active in Engineers Without Borders (EWB), visited indigenous communities throughout the country, forged partnerships with local NGO's and even created an affiliate chapter of FSU EWB at FSU-Panama. This trip has laid a strong foundation for a long-term Engineers Without Borders Program in the Bocas del Toro archipelago. For more information visit: www.eng.fsu.edu/ewb contact us: fsuewb@gmail.com
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Panama City, Panama - Crossing the Bridge of the Americas HD (2014)

Panama City, Panama - Crossing the Bridge of the Americas HD (2014)

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The Panama Canal (Spanish: Canal de Panamá) is a 77.1-kilometre (48 mi) ship canal in Panama that connects the Atlantic Ocean (via the Caribbean Sea) to the Pacific Ocean. The canal cuts across the Isthmus of Panama and is a key conduit for international maritime trade. There are locks at each end to lift ships up to Gatun Lake, an artificial lake created to reduce the amount of excavation work required for the canal, 26 metres (85 ft) above sea level. The current locks are 33.5 metres (110 ft) wide. A third, wider lane of locks is currently under construction and is due to open in 2015. France began work on the canal in 1881, but had to stop because of engineering problems and high mortality due to disease. The United States took over the project in 1904, and took a decade to complete the canal, which was officially opened on August 15, 1914. One of the largest and most difficult engineering projects ever undertaken, the Panama Canal shortcut greatly reduced the time for ships to travel between the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans, enabling them to avoid the lengthy, hazardous Cape Horn route around the southernmost tip of South America via the Drake Passage or Strait of Magellan. The shorter, faster, and safer route to the U.S. West Coast and to nations in and around the Pacific Ocean allowed those places to become more integrated with the world economy. It takes between 20 and 30 hours to traverse the canal. During construction, ownership of the territory that is now the Panama Canal was first Colombian, then French, and then American. The US continued to control the canal and surrounding Panama Canal Zone until the 1977 Torrijos–Carter Treaties provided for handover to Panama. After a period of joint American–Panamanian control, the canal was taken over by the Panamanian government in 1999, and is now managed and operated by the Panama Canal Authority, a Panamanian government agency. Annual traffic has risen from about 1,000 ships in 1914, when the canal opened, to 14,702 vessels in 2008, the latter measuring a total of 309.6 million Panama Canal/Universal Measurement System (PC/UMS) tons. By 2008, more than 815,000 vessels had passed through the canal; the largest ships that can transit the canal today are called Panamax. The American Society of Civil Engineers has named the Panama Canal one of the seven wonders of the modern world.
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Unlocking The Mega Mover The Panama Canal (An Engineering Feat)

Unlocking The Mega Mover The Panama Canal (An Engineering Feat)

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This documentary examines the mega-machines used to run the Panama Canal and uncovers the canal's five-billion dollar project for it's expansion. It carries . This documentary examines the mega-machines used to run the Panama Canal and uncovers the canal's five-billion dollar project for it's expansion. It carries . The Channel Tunnel or Euro Tunnel is one of the world's longest underground rail tunnels, and links England with France. Consisting of two rail tunnels and a. The Panama Canal (Spanish: Canal de Panamá) is a 77.1-kilometre (48 mi) ship canal in Panama that connects the Atlantic Ocean (via the Caribbean Sea) to the .
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Panama city tours 2016 (HD)

Panama city tours 2016 (HD)

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Panama city tours 2016, Panama city tourism & Vacations 2016, Panama city trip 2016 Travel Videos HD, World Travel Guide http://www.youtube.com/subscription_c... Panama City is a very multicultural place, with large populations from many different parts of the world. Spanish is spoken by most, and many speak some form of English. Customer service is slowly improving, and surprisingly dismal in hotels. However, on the streets Panamanians are for the most part extremely friendly and helpful and would love to give you some advice. There's great shopping, from high-end stores in the malls around Paitilla and in the banking district around Via Espana, to veritable bargains around La Central (Central Avenue, now turned into a pedestrian walkway) and the Los Pueblos outdoor mall. You can find many ethnic stores (mostly Chinese and Indian), in certain parts of the City. See in Panama city =============== Panama Canal, An absolute must if you're in Panama City. The easiest and cheapest way is to go to the Miraflores locks, watch the huge boats go by and visit its very modern and informative visitor's center with a museum, a movie theater and a fancy restaurant (USD25 for the lunch buffet). A one way cab to Miraflores locks should cost around 6 USD. By metrobus from Albrock, every hour, for $0.25, from 6:00am to 5:00pm. Last bus leaves Miraflores at 5:00pm.You can also take a luxury train along the canal to Colón, or obviously take a boat! Prices Miraflores locks and museum: adults $15, students $10. Casco Viejo is the historic part of town, where you will find many colonial style government buildings, cathedrals and museums including a Canal Museum. It is currently under massive renovation, with crumbling shacks next to beautifully restored colonial buildings. There are a number of accommodation options in Casco ranging from hostel pricing up to very expensive colonial suites. The area hosts a large number of eclectic events ranging from operas and musicals at the national theatre to block parties and fashion catwalks in the open plazas. Casco Viejo also offers some of the finest dining options in Panama City. Panama Viejo The site of the ruins of the original city of Panama that was sacked by the pirate Henry Morgan in the 1600s. The city was later moved to Casco Viejo. Today Panama Viejo is home to one of Panama's national parks with the buildings left in unrestored states. It is well worth the visit but read the safety warnings and ask park employees about where it is safe to visit as the park is surrounded outside by one of the city's dangerous areas. Amador Causeway. The Amador Causeway connects the three islands to the mainland. From the causeway, there is a lovely view of Panama City, and the Puente de las Americas. Many Panamanians like to spend their weekends jogging, riding a bicycle or roller-blading down the causeway, or having a meal or drinks in one of the many restaurants and bars on the islands. Bikes are available to rent in many different varieties including recumbents and multi-person bicycles, starting at about $3.50 per hour. From the causeway you can also arrange day trips by ferry to one of the surrounding islands with boats leaving early in the morning. Mi Pueblitos. The pretty deserted museum (entrance free) on the slopes of Cerro Ancon showcases the different ethnicities of Panama. There are several artisans producing curios. The outdoor museum is close in proximity to El Chorrillo so be very careful about straying outside of boundaries or into unsupervised areas. Upon last visit it was not recommended to climb Cerro Ancon. Biomuseo (Biodiversity Museum: Panama Bridge of Life), Building 136, Amador Causeway Apartado 0843-02931, Panama, 830 - 6700, The Biodiversity Museum: Panama Bridge of Life (also known as Biomuseo) is located on the Amador Causeway in Panama City, Panama. It was designed by renowned architect Frank Gehry. This is Gehry's first design for Latin America. Do in Panama city ============= Aerial View of the Canal, Skydive, etc., The Canal itself is best seen via an aerial view through the local operator and is the central marvel and spectacle of Panama city. Even stunt and trick flights with veteran air force pilots and skydives are available over the marvel of engineering, to appreciate the entire scale of and ambition behind it.
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SOCIAL ENGINEERING

SOCIAL ENGINEERING

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Reponsible for the Curundú Project, in Panamá, Julio Lopes Ramos talks about the challenges of an initiative in which "family is leading role"
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Von Roll Sky Ride on Panama City Beach, Florida in 1962

Von Roll Sky Ride on Panama City Beach, Florida in 1962

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Von Roll is a Swiss engineering company that has constructed similar Sky Rides throughout the world.
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[Extreme Engineering] Build It Bigger: Rebuilding New York City's Subway (S05E01)

[Extreme Engineering] Build It Bigger: Rebuilding New York City's Subway (S05E01)

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Suscribe! https://goo.gl/F8TVmV Extreme Engineering - MegaStructures - Build it Bigger SEASON: 5 EPISODE: 2 - Drought Proofing Australia S05E02 From the skyscrapers of Dubai to the amusement parks of Minnesota, Danny Forster travels the world to break down the most astounding, complex engineering feats to date. In Build It Bigger, airing Tuesdays at 10 p.m. ET/PT starting on July 10, architect Danny Forster takes you inside some of the most head-scratching builds in the world. Join Danny as he meets the men and women tackling the unique challenges of constructing the tallest buildings, the most effective military tanks, the largest luxury cruise ships, and the most extreme thrill rides. How do you build a 3,113-foot-long wooden roller coaster in winter temperatures of minus 40 degrees? Or get your workers safely to and from a worksite on a skyscraper that's 1,614 feet above street level? Or dig a water tunnel — along the San Adreas Fault and 1,000 feet below the earth's surface — without it collapsing on itself ... or flooding? Our intrepid host answers these puzzles and more. Don't miss the big stories behind these even bigger engineering marvels. ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- |||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||| TECNOFILOS ||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||| --------------------------------------------- WEB PAGE ------------------------------------------- https://goo.gl/Kx5Xyi --------------------------------------------INSTAGRAM------------------------------------------- https://www.instagram.com/tecnofilosyt/ --------------------------------------------- TWITTER --------------------------------------------- https://twitter.com/TecnofilosYT -------------------------------------------- FACEBOOK ------------------------------------------- https://www.facebook.com/tecnofilos/ --------------------------------------------- CONTACT ------------------------------------------- Contact us: canaltecnofilos@gmail.com Conocé un nuevo canal! Cambiamos de nombre y contenido! Suscribite! https://goo.gl/F8TVmV ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- |||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||| TECNOFILOS ||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||| ------------------------------------------- PAGINA WEB------------------------------------------ https://goo.gl/Kx5Xyi --------------------------------------------INSTAGRAM------------------------------------------- https://www.instagram.com/tecnofilosyt/ --------------------------------------------- TWITTER --------------------------------------------- https://twitter.com/TecnofilosYT -------------------------------------------- FACEBOOK ------------------------------------------- https://www.facebook.com/tecnofilos/ -------------------------------------------- CONTACTO ------------------------------------------- Contacto: canaltecnofilos@gmail.com
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Name Brand Electronic Prices PanaFoto & PriceSmart in Panama

Name Brand Electronic Prices PanaFoto & PriceSmart in Panama

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Name Brand electronic prices in the two main electronic stores in Panama City, Panama. http://www.DiscoverCuencaEcuador.com http://www.GringoGoodSamaritans.com
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Modern Wonders of the World

Modern Wonders of the World

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Subscribe to Naked Science - http://goo.gl/wpc2Q1 Every Wednesday we present a full length documentary, so join us to see the truth laid bare... We live on a beautiful planet. Today our natural landscapes also boast manmade wonders, icons of engineering and architecture. So what are the world's modern wonders? We've compiled our top seven, from the tallest building on Earth, to the longest underwater tunnel, from aviation's greatest airliner, to engineering's greatest work of art. These are our modern wonders! The great engineering achievements of the modern world are more than purely functional. The visionaries who dreamed up their imposing shapes used art and science to create structures of dramatic beauty. Our bridges, dams, and skyscrapers, dominate our landscapes, as the pyramids dominated those of ancient Egypt. They're testaments to the creative genius of humankind. In this film we tunnel under, climb up, jump off, and fly with, the greatest marvels the modern world has to offer. 2002 documentary for the Travel Channel, including the following subjects : Brooklyn Bridge The Brooklyn Bridge is a bridge in New York City and is one of the oldest suspension bridges in the United States. Completed in 1883, it connects the boroughs of Manhattan and Brooklyn by spanning the East River. It has a main span of 486.3 metres and was the first steel-wire suspension bridge constructed. Petronas Towers The Petronas Towers, also known as the Petronas Twin Towers are twin skyscrapers in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. According to the Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat official definition and ranking, they were the tallest buildings in the world from 1998 to 2004. The buildings are a landmark of Kuala Lumpur, along with nearby Kuala Lumpur Tower. Concorde Aérospatiale-BAC Concorde is a retired turbojet-powered supersonic passenger airliner or supersonic transport. Concorde was jointly developed and produced by Aérospatiale and the British Aircraft Corporation under an Anglo-French treaty. First flown in 1969, Concorde entered service in 1976 and continued commercial flights for 27 years. Eiffel Tower The Eiffel Tower is an iron lattice tower located on the Champ de Mars in Paris. It was named after the engineer Gustave Eiffel, whose company designed and built the tower. Erected in 1889, it was initially criticised by some of France's leading artists and intellectuals for its design, but has become both a global cultural icon of France and one of the most recognizable structures in the world. Hoover Dam Hoover Dam, once known as Boulder Dam, is a concrete arch-gravity dam in the Black Canyon of the Colorado River, on the border between the U.S. states of Arizona and Nevada. It was constructed between 1931 and 1936 during the Great Depression and was dedicated on September 30, 1935, by President Franklin D. Roosevelt. Panama Canal The Panama Canal is a 77.1 kilometre ship canal in Panama that connects the Atlantic Ocean (via the Caribbean Sea) to the Pacific Ocean. The canal cuts across the Isthmus of Panama and is a key conduit for international maritime trade. There are locks at each end to lift ships up to Gatun Lake, an artificial lake created to reduce the amount of excavation work required for the canal, 26 metres above sea level. Channel Tunnel The Channel Tunnel is a 50.5 kilometre rail tunnel linking Folkestone, Kent, in the United Kingdom, with Coquelles, Pas-de-Calais, near Calais in northern France, beneath the English Channel at the Strait of Dover. At 37.9 kilometres the tunnel has the longest undersea portion of any tunnel in the world.
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