Panama Shapefile

 

panama_datos_abiertos_unclass

datos abiertos panama

panama provincias shapefile – http://opendata.arcgis.com/datasets/d04313f1267d40bfb6591d5355fa157d_0

panama lugares poblados shapefile – http://opendata.arcgis.com/datasets/0b32d699058d4e83a702e3bd0dc71c4f_0

panama barrios shapefile – http://opendata.arcgis.com/datasets/f14a7f466d894911a8b3f5e8a326be72_0

panama distritos shapefile – http://opendata.arcgis.com/datasets/578e4adfd28e4428aab2b58a2c9b2476_0

panama corregimientos shapefile – http://opendata.arcgis.com/datasets/5b800f077cfd49f0a2e30a8c66faf75f_0

http://opendata.arcgis.com/datasets/05e0f97437924d1d8b98c5a9105c1b54_0

 

additional resources: http://stridata.si.opendata.arcgis.com/

 

 

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2 thoughts on “Panama Shapefile

  1. GEORED 507 it is an official site of the Panamanian government but it is not updated, we have 10 provinces. The province of Panama was divided into two and the province number 10 is called West Panamá. I am a Panamanian geography teacher, in Diva Gis there is a free updated shapefile from the provinces of Panama. Thank you for taking your time for Panamá

    • GEORED 507 it is an official site of the Panamanian government but it is not updated, we have 10 provinces and 5 indigenous regions .The province of Panama was divided into two and the province number 10 is called West Panamá (It was founded 2014). I am a Panamanian geography teacher. In Diva Gis there is a free data of the 10 provinces but the 5 indigenous regions do not appear, the regions of Gunas de Wargandí and Madugandí are missing. The Panama Canal does not appear.Map Image Layer de mjss25 (https://www.arcgis.com/home/item.html?id=88c49cd807fc46708e1b7cf8d942b0be) has a more detailed map of Panama but it is not complete, it lacks the 10th province called Panama west. I think if you combine the free layers of Diva Gis and the other you can get to get the complete map of Panama, which the government of my country has not updated. There are also new districts and new corregimientos.
      Thank you for taking your time for Panamá.

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