Costa Rica Celebrates Black And Afro-Costa Rican Culture Day On August 31st

This Friday, August 31, Costa Rica will celebrate Black and Afro-Costa Rican Culture Day, a tradition that seeks to exalt the contributions and cultural...

2018 Folklore Festival, Dancing in Celebration of Costa Rica and its People

All the magic of Costa Rican song and dance awaits you     This Saturday, September 1, Costa Rica will be filled with music and dance with...

Meet The New “Virtual Art Museum” Of Costa Rica

Virtual Art can be appreciated thanks to technology, and according to it advance, art will do as well.If you are a lover of painting...

English Teaching Becomes A National Priority in Costa Rica

A few weeks ago, the President of the Republic of Costa Rica, Carlos Alvarado, presented the "Alliance for Bilingualism" (ABi) as a component of...

The “Ethos” of a Higher State for Mankind

The evolution of mankind has been determined over time and based on scientific studies. We are beings composed of the biological but also made...

The Battle of Sardinal

The battle of Sardinal was an armed conflict that took place on April 10th, 1856, in the town of Sardinal, in Sarapiquí, Costa Rica....

5 Typical Meals You Should Taste When Traveling to Costa Rica

Year after year, Costa Rica has positioned itself as one of the most frequented destinations by tourists from the United States, Europe, and Latin...

Why Is December 1st Called “Abolition Day” in Costa Rica?

It refers to the elimination of the armed forces of Costa Rica, carried out on December 1st, 1948, after the end of the Costa...

Costa Rica’s Fascinating Deep-Rooted Popular Legends

Main legends of specters in our beloved country are a set of stories and traditions that are deep-rooted within the popular narrative folklore. They...

Architectural Treasures of Costa Rica

Architecture is present in the reality of life and above all in the daily life of citizens. The level of the country's culture, along...
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