Monday, 23 November 2020

Trash Fills The Streets of San José on First Day of New Year

QCOSTARICA – 2015 arrived to a San José, the capital city of Costa Ria, with streets full of garbage.

Erick Guillén and Omar Hernández provided these photos taken early Thursday morning of the piled up trash on the streets and sidewalks around downtown San José.

When the Municipalidad de San José’s away, the rats play!

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