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Interesting Facts & Information: tourism, travel, culture, language, business, people. » Blog Archive » Costa Rica Traditional Clothing

Want to know what constitutes traditional clothing in Costa Rica? Would you like to buy some traditional clothing from Costa Rica? Our guide gives you the facts & information you want to know.
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Costa Rica : Religion and Language | Costa Rica Travel - Another Adventure Travel

Costa Rica Religion Christianity is the main religion in Costa Rica, and Roman Catholicism is the official religion of the state, guaranteed by the...
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costa rica food

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Soups and Stews

Olla de carne is a delicious stew made with beef, potatoes, carrots, chayote (vegetable pear), plantains and yucca. Sopa negra is a simple soup made with black beans. The hearty Sopa de mondongo is made with tripe and vegetables. Guiso de maíz is a corn stew

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Costa Rica: Language, Society, & the Environment — ACM — Associated Colleges of the Midwest

Information about the ACM Costa Rica-Latin American Culture & Society program.
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Geography and Map of Costa Rica

Geography and maps of Costa Rica.: isla del coco west virginia land american success story cia factbook tourism sectors...
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National Anthem of Costa Rica with subtitles in english

NATIONAL ANTHEM OF COSTA RICA

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Costa Rican Americans - History, Modern era, Costa ricans in the united states

Acadians, Afghan Americans, African Americans, Albanian Americans, Algerian Americans, Amish, Apaches, Arab Americans, Argentinean Americans, Armenian Americans, etc…...
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