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#1 of 9 Sights & Landmarks in Cartago
Beautiful stained glass, an organ, and arches ornament this pilgrimage site built in 1939.
You can take in the sites and experiences as you sit in the courtyard.
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Ruinas de Ujarras San Jose 15.7 km away
#4 of 32 Sights & Landmarks in San Jose
This place has a free access and it's administration concern to the goverment (Tourism National Institute) and it is beautiful, good preservation, beautiful views of the mountains around.
Was glad to have seen this historical site
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#1 of 2 Sights & Landmarks in Turrialba
Great place to go to walk around a little bit and see a very interesting archeological site and learn a bit about Costa Rica's pre-european history.
There is also a trail through the archaeological site, which includes cobblestone roads, mounds that were the sites of dwellings, or other structures.
#2 of 9 Sights & Landmarks in Cartago
It is close to the new National Cathedral and the site is free to sit around and see as it doubles as a public park.
This is a historical site so please be respectful.
#1 of 3 Sights & Landmarks in Orosi
... find some other interesting things to do like Tapantí National Park to have a "One Day Trip" of History, Nature and why not some traditional Costarrican food in Orosi town with a marvelous view of the mountains.
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#3 of 9 Sights & Landmarks in Cartago
It used to have a spring behind it which was the site of many miracles.
It's rare to find a tourist attraction in Costa Rica that doesn't charge a small fortune to be there so knowing that this was a free-to-public site we didn't have great expectations before arriving.
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#4 of 9 Sights & Landmarks in Cartago
I just happened to see it as we drove by it, and it was intriguing to view.
It's sanatorium built in 1918 for tuberculosis, closed in the 1950's, served as a jail, then was abandoned and covered with graffiti, and also the site of a famous scary movies, the 2010 El Sanatorio.
#2 of 2 Sights & Landmarks in Turrialba