Doña Pastora from Hojancha, Guanacaste (Costa Rica)
105 year-old Doña Pastora from Hojancha, Guanacaste (Costa Rica)

Costa Rican faces that tell the story of a region nurtured by identity and diversity are also part of the artistic exhibition at the Third Summit of Heads of State and Government of the Community of Latin American and Caribbean States (CELAC2015).

Argentine photographer Lucas Iturriza, in his presentation “Todos somos Costa Rica”, shows us in his photographs the depth, identity and idiosyncrasies that are expressions of the people who enrich our region.

Angela, a woman belonging to the indigenous people Cabécar, one of Costa Rica's indigenous peoples inhabiting the southern region of the country.
Angela, a woman belonging to the indigenous people Cabécar, one of Costa Rica’s indigenous peoples inhabiting the southern region of the country.
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Indigena Maleku, Palenque del Sol.
Indigena Maleku, Palenque del Sol.
Geiner, Chief of Isla del Coco Park Rangers (Guardaparques in Spanish)
Geiner, Chief of Isla del Coco Park Rangers (Guardaparques in Spanish)
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