Difference between revisions of "Costa Rica"

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'''Costa Rica''' is a nation in Central America, that can be released by the {{flag|United States of Central America|United States of Central America (USCA)}}.
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'''Costa Rica''' is a nation in Central America, that can be released by the {{flag|United States of Central America|United States of Central America (USCA)}}. It is the southern most part of USCA bordering {{flag|Nicaragua}} to the north and {{flag|Colombia}} ({{flag|Panama}}) to the south.
  
Following the breakup of the UCA, Costa Rica, along with {{flag|Guatemala}}, {{flag|Honduras}}, {{flag|Nicaragua}} and {{flag|El Salvador}}, is an independent country in the 1861 starting date.
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Following the breakup of the USCA, Costa Rica, along with {{flag|Guatemala}}, {{flag|Honduras}}, {{flag|Nicaragua}} and {{flag|El Salvador}}, is an independent country in the 1861 starting date.
 
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Revision as of 23:42, 23 June 2018

Costa Rica
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Government type Democracy
Ruling party Partido Liberal (liberal)
Capital San José
Population 21.00 thousand, 84.00 thousand in total
Primary culture Central American
Accepted cultures
Literacy 9 %
National value Liberty
Tech school Traditional Academia
Status Civilized nation
A picture the united USCA in 1836. It broke into Guatemala, Honduras, Costa Rica, Nicaragua and El salvador in 1841

Costa Rica is a nation in Central America, that can be released by the United States of Central America United States of Central America. It is the southern most part of USCA bordering Nicaragua Nicaragua to the north and Colombia Colombia (Panama Panama) to the south.

Following the breakup of the USCA, Costa Rica, along with Guatemala Guatemala, Honduras Honduras, Nicaragua Nicaragua and El Salvador El Salvador, is an independent country in the 1861 starting date.