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[PHOTOS] Spectacular Rollover Sunday Morning Resulted Only In Injuries

  For reasons unknown, a vehicle overturned on Sunday morning on the Ruta 27 in the area of Multiplaza Escazu, leaving two people seriously injured. From the photos, it could have been much worse. According to the Red Cross, the accident occurred minutes before 6:00 a.m. and...

Historic Costa Rica (Photos)

Costa Rica's Caribbean coast, province of Limon. Images from Arquitectura Histórica En Costa Rica Facebook page.  

QPhotos: Puente En Mal Estado

The bridge over the Guayabo river. Photos from TDN Facebook page.  

Poás Volcano

Arenal might strike a nice pose from a distance, but you'll want to look Poás right in its face. In the national park of the same name, you can follow a mile-long (round trip) paved trail to the top of the volcanic crater and...

Volcán Arenal, Costa Rica

Photo by Federico Chavarría, on April 2, 2015, posted by OVSICORI-UNA

After Semana Santa (Photo)

The El Infierno en Costa Rica posted this photo of Playas de Coco, after Semana Santa vacationers. A similar situation on many beaches and rivers across Costa Rica. In the words of El Chamuko, ¡Que se vayan al infierno! (Let them go to hell!)

The New Liberia

  Photos by Imagen Aerea CR

Isla Tolinga (So-Called Isla Tortuga)

Photo by Fotos Aereas Costa Rica 

Isla Chira, Golfo de Nicoya.

Photo by Fotos Aereas Costa Rica 

Playa Grande, Tamarindo

Photo by Fotos Aereas Costa Rica 

The Rio Grande Meets The Virilla

The confluence of the Rio Grande (right) and Virilla River (below) results in the Grande de Tarcoles River. Photo by Fotos Aereas Costa Rica February 27, 2015

The Living Condition of Some in Costa Rica

QCOSTARICA - Although it may seem unbelievable, the photo demonstrates the typical living conditions of many families in Costa Rica. Via #NoticiasHoy

Escazú in 1957

For more photos of Escazú of the past visit: Escazú News

Downtown San José

An aerial view of downtown San José. Photo by FotosAereasCR

Teatro Popular Melico Salazar

The Teatro Popular Melico Salazar in the heart of downtown San José was first inaugurated as the Teatro Raventó. Following the 1985 fire and restoration, it also got a new name.  Photo by FotosAereasCR, September 2013.

Water Treatment Plant Los Tajos, La Uruca (San José)

The Acueductos y Alcantarillados (AyA) water treatement plant in La Uruca, San José, is one of three to be build in the Central Valley within the next decade. The other two are to be loated in Heredia and Cartago.

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