Panama City, Panama
The phrase: "A man. A plan. A canal. Panama." is a palindrome. With allowances made for casing and punctuation, the sequence of characters reads the same backwards and forwards.
Set by the Panama Canal Authority, tolls for the canal depend on cargo type and vessel size. The lowest toll ever paid was for 36 cents by an American swimming the canal in 1928. Today, an average toll for a ship is $54,000. Connecting the Atlantic Ocean to the Pacific Ocean, the canal is 51 miles long and 10 miles wide. Ship near the Panama Canal.
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