Panamá Ūn-hô

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Ūn-hô chhng koè Panamá.
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Tiàm tī Tiong Bí-chiu ê Panamá Ūn-hô (Se-pan-gâ-gí: Canal de Panamá) sī thàng Panamá Tē-kiap ê ūn-hô. I ê sai-pak chhùi chiap Tāi-se-iûⁿ (Carib-hái), tang-lâm chhùi chiap Thài-pêng-iûⁿ. Í-chá boē oân-sêng chìn-chêng, chûn-chiah tiāⁿ-tio̍h kiâⁿ hn̄g lō͘ se̍h tùi Hoorn Kak (Capo de Hornos) hit-tah-á ê Drake Hái-kiap, ùi hia se̍h Lâm Bí-chiu boé. Ūn-hô phah thong liáu-āu, pún-té ùi New York kàu Kū-kim-soaⁿ ê chúi-lō͘ (22500 km) chhun 9500 km.[1]

Panamá Ūn-hô ê khí-chō sī chêng kaù taⁿ siōng kài toā koh siōng chia̍h-la̍t ê kang-têng chi it.

Chham-khó chu-liāu[siu-kái]

  1. The Americans in Panama, by William R. Scott; Statler Publishing Company, New York, NY, 1913

Goā-pō͘ liân-kiat[siu-kái]

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