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Reserve of Traditional Culinary Art in Costa Rica

At present, the nations that have tourism as the main source of income, or, as an economic model, try to reflect as much as...

Coffee: The Pride of Ticos

At the end of the 18th century, coffee came to Costa Rica for the first time. It was also the first Central American country...

Music for the Heart, Life, and the World

For many people, music can be the ideal option to express feelings and energies, both peace and sadness. It can also be part of...

The Traditional Chinese Diet

This diet goes according to whether people are Ying or Yang, based on the principle that everything in nature has an opposite that complements...

A Champion For Equality and Human Rights

Nowadays, when people think of heroes, they probably imagine buffed-up men  or women in skimpy oufits, who solve problems using a variety of superhuman...

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....

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...
Amando Cespedes

Amando Céspedes Marín: Father of Costa Rican Radio

Amando Céspedes Marín; He was born on August 1st, 1881, in San José, Costa Rica. He was one of the most relevant photographers and...

August 15th: National Mother’s Day in Costa Rica

Reinaldo Arenas, a Cuban novelist, and poet, once said that "mothers have that secret charm of treating us like children". This is a quote...

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...
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