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    Indigenous Kings of Talamanca from the 19th Century

    Costa Rica apart from its great natural beauty is a country full of Culture and History. Here...

    The Costa Rican folk tradition

    The Costa Rican folk tradition has diverse cultural manifestations that include music, dance, legends, traditions, songs, popular...

    Ibo Bonilla, the Most Influential Costa Rican Architect

    Known for his diverse sculptures and extensive work in the field of architecture, Ibo Bonilla Oconitrillo has...

    Parable #4: It Doesn’t Matter What You Know Right Now

    (This week is the seventh installment of the book, “The Band Director’s Lessons About Life”, which TCRN is publishing as a series...

    The arrival of Jews to Costa Rica, a Rich Cultural Heritage

    Many have been the colonies of different countries that have expanded throughout the world, motivated by different...

    The Marimba: Costa Rica’s National Instrument

    The marimba was declared a national instrument of Costa Rica, on September 3rd, 1996, during the government of José María Figueres Olsen,...

    Ocaso Underground Music Festival 2020 Lineup Bigger than Ever

    The largest festival of Techno and House music in Costa Rica, in the province of Tamarindo, Guanacaste, will be held for the fourth consecutive year. From January 9 to 13, 2020, the Nicoya Peninsula, on the north Pacific coast of Costa Rica, will witness the largest electronic music festival held in the country.

    Vital Culture of Our Costa Rica

    One of the best ways to experience the culture of any country is through its music. Local clubs and clubs are informal venues perfect for exploring current and popular sounds

    Exploring Pachamama: One of Costa Rica’s Largest Spiritual Eco-Communities

    It’s clear from the moment you step foot inside Pachamama’s 500-acre jungle oasis, you are entering a unique, contemplative space, built with intent for...

    Costa Rican Flavored Coffee

    Our delicious coffee has been a beautiful culture for many years. Also, it has been, for almost 2 centuries, the main source of family...

    Festival de la Luna, Second Edition, Presents: Ariellah in Costa Rica, May 4th, 2019

    9a.m.-12p.m.Drills/TechniqueMindful Drills Let us take a deep breath, gather ourselves, connect to our well within…and with these fresh eyes, practice more deeply and with more...

    Orotina Showed “Ventana a lo Nuestro” in Opening of the National Arts Festival 2019

    The Central Avenue and the Plaza de Deportes of Orotina witnessed this past Thursday a meeting between hundreds of citizens and more...

    The Theater and Tourism In Costa Rica, Always Hand in Hand

    Tourism is the first source of dividend income of our country's economy. The tourism sector directly employs 130,000 people. Costa Rica currently offers 45,531...

    Musical Acts Set the Stage for the “Oscar 2019”

    For the first time in 30 years, the Oscar Award ceremony had no presenter. A multitude of stars was in charge of directing the...

    Rural Tourism Emerges as New Choice in Costa Rica

    The tourism industry contributes 6.3% of the Gross Domestic Product (GDP) to the Costa Rican economy if the direct and indirect contributions are added...

    Do You Know Why the Ticos Say “UPEEE”?

    Our ancestors, those of colonial Costa Rica, were very influenced by religious devotion and characterized by remarkable courtesy and good manners. They also had...

    Traditions, Joys, and Art in the “Welcome to Migratory Birds” Festival

    Every day, foreigners and citizens of Costa Rica enjoy diverse and unique events full of art, gastronomy, and culture. There is one that distinctively...
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    Francisco Amighetti: A Renowned Costarican Artist

    He was born in San Jose in 1907, a great painter, engraver and writer from Costa Rica. Having made more than 500 works, mostly engravings,...
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    Costa Rican Literature: Rich in Content and Still Flourishing

    Costa Rican literature is still in development, although it has already produced writers of international projection, and whose works have been translated into other...

    Costa Rican Aborigines, the beginning of our people

    Since Cristobal Colon´s travel to America, the original inhabitants from those territories start to become minorities in every country they lived. Costa Rica instead still...

    Granada’s Poetry Festival Discusses Central American Integration

    During the pre-opening of the 14th International Poetry Festival of Granada, panelists from Central American countries discussed the cultural integration that exists in the...
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    Costa Rica, A Nation with Linguistic Diversity

    The countries of Latin America are characterized by using Spanish as a language, which is a characteristic that relates them closely to Spain. Within...

    National Flag of Costa Rica: Why Do We Love It So Much?

    Costa Rica, the country with the most stable democracy on the continent, reveals important and undisclosed details about our beautiful and beloved national flag....

    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...
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    Knowing the World through “Experiential Tourism”

    Why traveling? Traveling is by far the best way to know the world, and many people often travel by different means of transportation; train,...

    Where Do Movie Directors Look for Inspiration?

    Making movies is a multi-billion-dollar business with hundreds of movies released for public consumption each year. With so many repetitive sequels on offer, you...

    Ethnic Tourism in Costa Rica – Part I

    Ethnic tourism is found within cultural tourism and involves visiting various ethnic groups that exist around the world in their natural habitat. The main...

    Caminos de Osa rural tourism

    Caminos de Osa: a perfect combination of tourist development and respect for nature Awarded in the 21st edition of Best Active Tourist Product contest organized by the Spanish...
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    The Importance of Your Pineal Gland For Over-All Health and Well-Being

    Within the center of everyone’s brain is a small pine cone-shaped endocrine gland, known as the pineal gland. The pineal gland is located very...
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    Yesterday’s “Race Day”

    Yesterday’s holiday in which a racist system celebrates October 12th, (Race Day) we remember the 524 years of genocide and discrimination that the indigenous...

    Mantrika Festival Features Carolina Chrem

    The Mantrika Festival, being held from September 21 – 29th, is to celebrate and explore the ancient traditions where we live, witness, share, and enjoy...

    OJOCAL COMMUNITY FOOD BANK

    It’s always a joy to hear about the many people in Costa Rica ready with helping hands to meet the needs of the community....

    MEET THE BORUCA PEOPLE OF COSTA RICA

    In the Southern Zone of Costa Rica live a group of indigenous people who claim they are the only tribe who were never conquered...

    Pre-Colombian Art and History Thrive at The Museum of Jade

    The Museum of Jade in downtown San Jose is a fantastic cultrience that visitors of any age can enjoy, it's one of Costa Rica's...

    What is Rapé?

    Rapé is a shamanic alternative medicinal practice that has been used in the Amazon Basin for centuries and makes up an essential part of...

    San José looks to reactivate China Town District

    A food festival would be the first step taken by The Municipality of San José to reactivate the China Town district which is located...
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    The 6 best places to enjoy rural tourism in Costa Rica

    While suntanning in front of the sea in a beach chair will never go out of style and will never cease to be pleasant,...

    Yoga Class Offering in San José for International Yoga Day

    The Costa Rica News has teamed up with several studios from around the country to offer free yoga classes to those interested as a...

    Fall In Love with Your City All Over Again

    Costa Rica’s capital brings back a beloved weekly festival. Costa Rica’s Ministry of Culture and Youth (MCJ) will be bringing back Enamorarte de tu ciudad,...

    Meet The Experts: Tomorrow’s India Fest Line-up

    Local and international experts on Indian culture will share their secrets this Sunday during India Fest. Despite recent complications, the Wyndham Herradura hotel in San...
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