Map & Flag of Costa Rica

“Beloved
in whose body I rest,

What will your dream be like
when I have sought you without finding you?

Oh,
my love, most sweet
as the allusion of a spikenard
between distant brown scents,

What will become of your heart when I love you?

What will it be like to find you when your body is love
and your voice
a bouquet of light?…” 
Eunice Odio

Costa Rican Poet

Website Resources

Be sure to check out the library’s display of books and check one out!

Discovering Central America: Costa Rica

OPA Jr. High Library Country Profile Page: Costa Rica

https://opajrhighlibrary.weebly.com/costa-rica.html

CIA World Factbook: Costa Rica

https://www.cia.gov/library/publications/the-world-factbook/geos/cs.html


Music of Costa Rica


Utah Online Library


Did You Know?

  • More than 25 percent of Costa Rica is reserved as protected areas.
  • Costa Ricans call themselves ticos and are known by that name throughout Central America.
  • During an earthquake in 1991, the Costa Rican city of Puerto Limón rose 3 feet (0.9 meters) and never returned to its original elevation.
  • Costa Rica is one of the largest banana producers in the world.

“Costa Rica.” CultureGrams Online Edition, ProQuest, 2019, online.culturegrams.com/world/world_country.php?cid=38&cn=Costa_Rica. Accessed 03 September 2019.

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