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The town never grew very large, but in 1916, when the building of the Panama Canal meant closing off the area, it was inhabited by only 400 people, who were "repopulated" elsewhere.
Chagres is now a historical site, and the overgrown ruins of its famous Fort San Lorenzo have been declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
People Born in Chagres
Chagres in People's Lives