Monday 26 September 2022

Liberia recovers the “balneario natural del pueblo”

This Guanacaste watering hole has been closed to the public for some time

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A gate that prevents the entry of Liberians, in addition to a large number of visitors from across the province and the country, to the “balneario natural del pueblo”  (natural watering hole) will be removed in the next few days.

The “porton amarillo” (yellow gate) has impeded public access to one of Liberia’s most important recreational areas. Photo Facebook Guana/Noticias.com

According to Liberia mayor Julio Viales, after a long time of being closed, access to this area of the Colorado River will be public again, so that its visitors enjoy one of the most important recreational areas of the canton of Liberia.

The Liberia city councilors confirmed this following Monday’s session.

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Source: Guana/Noticias.com

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