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Nicaraguans Celebrate Massive Religious Feast -amid pandemic

With folkloric dances such as the "toro huaco", "el güegüense" and a boisterous procession, hundreds of Nicaraguans celebrated Thursday, despite the pandemic, the patron...

From the Weeping Woman to the Naked Gringo: A guide to Costa Rica’s spookiest folklore

Halloween is not considered a traditional holiday in Costa Rica, but the lore here is rich in scary stories.

From the Weeping Woman to the Naked Gringo, a guide to Costa Rica’s spookiest folklore

Creepy tales are all a part of folklore. Halloween is not considered a traditional holiday in Costa Rica, but the lore here is rich in horror and will make this year's Halloween all the more spooky.

First Costa Rican to receive UNESCO silver medal – meet ‘Nago de Nicoya’

We chat with Abdénago Torres, or "Nago de Nicoya," about life, music and his beloved Sámara Beach, following his receipt of a UNESCO silver medal for his work as a pioneer in sharing Costa Rican culture with the world.

Haunted tree holds sway in San Ramón

There are haunted houses and haunted caves – but San Ramón has a haunted tree. It’s not sprouting ghosts or sheltering goblins, but some very strange things have happened to people walking past it in the Central Park of this pleasant town in the province of Alajuela.

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