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World Tourism Day in San José: Visiting some of the city’s best attractions

The Greater Metropolitan Area (GAM), which contains the capital of San José, is the most densely populated area in Costa Rica. We've covered fun things...

Google recognizes Independence Day with Costa Rican flag

The search engine giant is recognizing Costa Rica.

Costa Rica celebrates Juan Santamaría Day

Costa Rica, lacking an army since 1948, doesn’t have many war heroes.

Dueling anthems: ‘Star-Spangled Banner’ and ‘Hermosa Bandera’

A look at the history of the U.S.' "Star-Spangled Banner" and Costa Rica's "Noble Patria, Tu Hermosa Bandera." Plus a free download of our July 4 Picnic program.

Recreating the last moments of a Costa Rican president

Our daily Costa Rican moment of zen. #TanLindaCostaRica

Tico Times #TBT: Into the millions

The Tico Times recorded two major milestones for Costa Rica, 44 years apart.

Bulls, pomp and Guanacaste culture: The history of this week’s Liberia festivals

Columnist and Guanacaste resident Ellen Zoe Golden explores the history and culture behind Liberia's century-old civic celebrations.

Museum inaugurates design exhibit featuring San José’s oldest shops

A new exhibit and tour takes visitors through the history of some of San José's oldest businesses, many of them founded by immigrants.

A graceful life: Jeannette Boyd Rodríguez and San José’s Afro-Costa Rican history

This month's "Musings from an Afro-Costa Rican" column takes a look at black families' lives in San José and shows that the Limón-San José migration sometimes went the other way, too.

A rare find: African voices in the Costa Rican National Archives

Tales from Costa Rica's history of slavery, from the country's cacao plantations to a remarkable shipwreck near Cahuita.

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