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Costa Rica’s First Underwater Museum

Costa Rica’s efforts to protect the environment and develop sustainable and ecological tourist attractions, have led many businesses to come up with creative and...

Juan Santamaria Historical and Cultural Museum Reopens

At the end of November last year, Alajuela’s centerpiece, the Museo Histórico Cultural Juan Santamaría, in order to better preserve the historic architectural heritage,...

Costa Rica’s Juan Santamaría Museum will offer virtual vacation workshops

As is tradition, the Juan Santamaría Historical Cultural Museum, along with with the University of Costa Rica - Interuniversity Headquarters of Alajuela, is getting its artistic...

Museum of Costa Rican Art decorated with bicentennial mural

The Museum of Costa Rican Art is a free attraction located in what was once the terminal building for the nation's international airport.

Hundreds of pre-Columbian artifacts returned to Costa Rica

Costa Rica repatriated more than 1,300 pre-Columbian artifacts that had been exported from the country by Minor Keith, the National Museum reported Wednesday. This represents...

International communities commemorate Holocaust Remembrance Day

The Jewish Virtual Library estimates about 2,500 Jewish people live in Costa Rica. 

Photos: Inside the Museum of Costa Rican Art in San José

The Museum of Costa Rican Art is a free attraction located in what was once the terminal building for the nation's international airport.

Meteorite ‘of great scientific interest’ that landed in Costa Rica donated to Field Museum in Chicago

This is the first time that Costa Rican scientists have had the opportunity to observe and analyze a meteorite recovered in the country.

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.

‘Park of Life’ honors 190 Holocaust survivors who made a home in Costa Rica

“We want to transmit respect and tolerance from one ethnical or religious group to another,” Museum Director Vilma Faingezicht, herself the daughter of Holocaust survivors, told The Tico Times at the ceremony, during which survivors and their families were called one by one to receive a special gift.

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