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Culture of Costa Rica

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Costa Rican culture has been heavily influenced by Spanish culture ever since the Spanish colonization of the Americas including the territory which today forms  ...

Culture of Costa Rica - history, people, women, beliefs, food ...

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Costa Ricans are called ticos, which derives from their appending the Spanish - ico diminutive to the standard -ito. Location and Geography. Costa Rica is ...

Culture - Customs & People - Costa Rica

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Informative articles on Costa Rica's cultural traditions, holidays, food, arts, people , music and national symbols.

Culture - Costa Rica Tourism Official Website. Hotels, travel ...

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Costa Rican Culture. Carretas Tipicas Costarricenses The richness of Costa Rica stems from the cultural diversity of its people. Throughout its history, waves of ...

Culture of a Peaceful Nation - Costa Rica Culture

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Costa Rica has always remained ahead of the curve when compared to other developing nations moving the country forwards with the time.

About Costa Rica - learn Costa Rica facts, history and culture

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Jul 5, 2013 ... Costa Rican culture is a vibrant blend of indigenous heritage and Spanish colonial influence, with a dash of Jamaican, Chinese and other ...

Costa Rica culture - traditions - Lapa Rios

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Drawing from diverse influences, Costa Rican's rich culture mixes the Catholic religion, customs from places as diverse as Spain, Africa and Asia, along with the  ...

Costa Rican Culture - Culture of Costa Rica | don Quijote

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Costa Rican Culture. Learn more about Costa Rican traditions, customs, history, art, literature, people and much more.

Costa Rica - History & Culture - Geographia

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The first European explorer to encounter Costa Rica was the Great Navigator himself, Christopher Columbus. The day was September 18, 1502, and Columbus ...

Society & Culture - Costa Rica.Net

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When one talks about culture, one is venturing into ample terrain. This piece can't possibly cover the whole ground of Costa Rican culture, but it does discuss the ...

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The People of Costa Rica
Ethnicity: white (including mestizo), black, Amerindian, Chinese
Languages: Spanish (official) and English
Religions: Roman Catholic, Evangelical, Jehovah's witnesses, other Protestant
Population: 4,586,353 (2011 census) ()
Median Age: total: 30.4 years (2015 est.)
Female: 30.9 years (2015 est.)
Male: 30 years (2015 est.)
Literacy Rate: 97.7552797.8%
Female: 97.8%
Male: 97.7%
Legal drinking age: 18
People of:
Costa Rica Travel Information and Travel Guide
Mention Costa Rica and people think paradise. The country's Disneylike cast of creatures – ranging from howler monkeys to toucans – are populous and relatively easy to spot. The waves are ... More »