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    Sixteenth Century Spanish Necklaces Excavated in Costa Rica

    The Costa Rica News (TCRN) - Ricardo Velasquez, National Museum archaeologist, reported that two Spanish necklaces were found in an Indian burial site in...

    Chinchilla Acknowledges "Historical Debt" with Indian Tribes of Costa Rica

    The Costa Rica News (TCRN)- Last Friday the president of Costa Rica, Laura Chinchilla, acknowledged the existence of a "historical debt" with Indian tribes...

    Indigenous Bribri Recover Land

    Bribri indigenous families of Cabagra Reserve in Buenos Aires de Puntarenas recovered about 40 hectares of land in the community of Santa Elena de...

    Ancient cultures and prehistoric discoveries in Costa Rica

    Three archeological sites in various parts of Costa Rica give an interesting glimpse into pre-Columbian life.

    Who are the Ticos?

    All of us have heard native Costa Ricans refer to themselves as Ticos - it’s a term that has come to embody the warm, friendly people who have welcomed expats into their country and their culture. It’s a term that we use almost daily, but have you ever stopped and wondered who exactly the Ticos are?
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