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The exhibition “Route of Giants, Whales in the City” will start Monday, May 26 at “La Plaza” in the City of Knowledge for the next three weeks and in the Panama Canal Visitors Center, Atlantic Sector, for two months.
The Route of Giants is an exhibit that includes photographs, videos, billboards, social networks, a photographic book, screenings of shorts and a conference about the topic.
The exhibit was produced by the Albatros Media Foundation and it is traveling through the countries in the Americas promoting the non lethal use of cetaceans, like responsible whale watching, and the value of protected marine areas, among other key subjects for marine-coast conservation.
The aim of the exhibit is to increase interest in the Panamanian and foreign population about cetacean conservation.
One of the innovations of the exhibit are 3D images of whales that visitors can see using their smart phones or tablets after previously downloading the free “Route of Giants” app available online at the Apple Store or from Google Play.
The exhibit starts at 5 p.m. at the City of Knowledge with an official inauguration ceremony, photo exhibits, a screening of shorts plus the presentation of the photography book, “Route of Giants.” The entrance is free. For more information call: 317-3464 or 317-3450.