Tuesday, 7 July 2020

Downtown San Ramon Gets A Facelift

A street and an aerial view of the new San Jose town center, in the province of Alajuela.

The city, with a population of slightly over 10,000 lies at an elevation of 1,057 meters above sea level. While retaining its rich heritage and tradition, San Ramón continues to serve as a link between the agricultural communities further north in the Meseta Central and the cities of the Central Valley.

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Images: Daniel Acosta, Facebook

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