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25 Remarkable Vintage Photographs of Costa Rica 🇨🇷
Showing you what Costa Rica was like before it was flogged by gringos!
Welcome to the Costa Rica of the past!
This vintage photo collection will reveal Costa Rica’s quaint colonial towns, pristine beaches, lovely landscapes, and chaotic capital.
All before the gringo hordes rolled in…
#1. Parque Central, San José; Circa 1952
#2. Playa Jacó around 1970
#3. Puntarenas Beach during the 1980s
#4. The University of Costa Rica around 1970
#5. Parque Central in San José; Circa 1952
#6. Ciudad Quesada around 1980
#7. Central Market of Cartago; Circa 1970
#8. Playa Manzanillo in Limón in 1936
#9. San José night scene; Circa 1970
#10. Costa Rican costume party; 1950s
#11. The hills of Escazú, Pico Blanco and Cerro de La Cruz; Circa 1946
#12. Paseo Colón, San José around 1955
#13. The streets of Heredia during 1978
#14. Santa Ana during 1970
#15. A bar in San José around 1914
#16. Puntarenas around 1975
#17. Ojo de Agua Spa Park during 1964
#18. The fast-food restaurant “Happy Burger” during 1981
#19. Downtown Puriscal; Circa 1980s
#20. Downtown San José during the 1970s
#21. The Office of Mail and Telegraphs, San José; 1963
#22. The province of Limón around 1978
#23. Volcán Arenal, La Fortuna de San Carlos; 1980
#24. Lovely San Jose; Circa 1950
#25. Busy streets of Orotina; 1950s
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