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    What Makes Costa Rica so Unique?

    Let the proud ‘Ticos’ raise their hand; being a ‘Tico’ is a blessing! This piece of land anchored to the middle of the continent is full of unique and curious benefits that many of us do not know

    Bizarre! Setena Approves that New Spheres Be Removed from Diquis

    What a joke in bad taste for archeology and anthropology! So it seems what the archeologist Ifigenia Quintanilla denounces on her Instagram account

    The Stone Spheres of Diquí: An Ancient Mistery Revealed?

    The Stone Spheres of Costa Rica are a group of more than 5 hundred pyrospheres located mainly in the south of Costa Rica in...

    What Are the Mysterious and Enormous Stone Spheres Found in Costa Rica?

    The presence in Costa Rica of these -often huge- spherical stones are well known and we have spoken of it extensively in other articles,...

    The Guayabo National Monument: Costa Rica’s Pride

    The Guayabo National Monument is a protected area of the country, it is known as one of the oldest and most important pre-Hispanic archaeological...

    Venezuela in Mourning After the Death of José Antonio Abreu

    The Venezuelan director, who founded the System of Children and Youth Orchestras to help fight poverty, died at the age of 79. The System of...
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    14 Things That You May Not Know about Costa Rica

    Costa Rica, it is known for its beautiful natural scenery, its biodiversity and its wonderful habitants happy. Here are 14 interesting facts about Costa...

    November 16th: International Tolerance Day

    On December 12th, 1996, it was proclaimed by the General Assembly of the United Nations and on the initiative of the United Nations Educational,...

    Sustainability for Tourism

    The concept of tourism according to the World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) is self-defined and tells us that it is any activity in the medium,...
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    Savegre River; Recognized as Biosphere Reserve by UNESCO

    The Savegre River basin, in the Costa Rican Central Pacific coast, was designated as a biosphere reserve by UNESCO. Biosphere reserves are essential for the...
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    Analyze Challenges to Incorporate the Use of Technology in the Workplace

    As a result, a route sheet and framework for development plans at the national level will be obtained to assist stakeholders to ensure...

    Diquís Hydroelectric Project Will Not Interfere With UNESCO Archeological Sites

    The Costa Rica News (TCRN) –The Diquís hydroelectric project to be built in the south of the country, will not affect the four archaeological...

    Mysterious Costa Rican Spheres Become an Official World Heritage Site

    The Costa Rica News (TCRN) – The Columbian settlements with Stone Spheres of Diquís (Costa Rica) today joined the list of sites declared as a World...

    Indigenous Stone Spheres Will Help Cultural Memory of Costa Rica

    The enigmatic Costa Rica stone spheres made by pre-Columbian Indians and future World Heritage nomination, will help rescue the cultural memory of Costa Ricans...

    Costa Rica – Second Largest Central American Project Could Hit Road Block

    The Diquís hydroelectric project being developed by Costa Rican Electricity Institute (ICE) is accused of violating international standards of the International Labour Organization (ILO)...

    Costa Rican young voices connect communities

    Twenty-eight young women and men from all parts of Costa Rica recently learned how to produce their own radio messages on preventing violence, through...
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