Saturday 18 September 2021

Expo Historia: A Paradise For Collectors

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QLIFE – Expo Historia 2016 could be paradise for collectors, but for also those who want get to know the past to understand the present.

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The event is billed as the most important event of historical, artistic and cultural industry offered in Costa Rica.

The tour of the 50 booths at the Museo de los Niños (Chidlren’s Musuem) in downtown San Jose, for many is nostalgia, surprise and contemplation.

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The exhibition and sale will be open today (Saturday) and tomorrow (Sunday) from 9:00am to  7:00pm. Admission is ¢3,500 (generally includes museum admission) and ¢2,500 (children under 12 and seniors). People with disabilities are free.

More on Expo Historia 2016 at Expohistoria.com and on Facebook.

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