This Baha’i Temple provides a serene contrast to the cacophony of Panama City. Its unusual architectural style is difficult to miss. From the valley, it looks like a giant white egg perched atop a hill.
This building was the first Baha’i Temple in Latin America. It was inaugurated in 1972 to serve Panama residents of the Bahá’í Faith, a religion that encourages universal peace and unity.
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