The sphere weighs 24 tons and with a diameter of 2.66 meters.
The National Museum of Costa Rica will use the information generated by the study to outline a plan for redirecting river flows and for protecting the archaeological sites at Finca 6.
The Environmental Technical Secretariat asked for the demarcation of all wetland areas inside the property before any type of work on the pineapple project continues.
An Environment Ministry report recommends to halt all work on the farmlands until measures are taken to protect wetlands and other protected areas.
Finca 6 in Palmar Norte is one of the four archeological sites in the Osa municipality in Costa Rica's south Pacific that will be...
The International Council of Monuments and Sites issued a report recommending the inclusion of Costa Rica’s pre-Columbian spheres of Diquís on the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) World Heritage List, President Laura Chinchilla said on Tuesday.
Sculpted from solid stone and flawlessly curved, the pre-Columbian spheres of Costa Rica are manmade wonders.
For a decade, Costa Rica has tried to place the stone spheres of Diquís on the UNESCO World Heritage List.
Costa Rica has presented a bid for its pre-Columbian stone spheres to be inducted into the exclusive World Heritage list by the United Nations...