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Costa Rica country is a Brand
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Change costarica to country name like you have done so many times

Important
Country
Government
Rivers
Celebrities
Tourism
Social issues
Country sponsor gets banner above all the 6 categories
Separate coverage
Corporates
NGOs
Funding Agencies
Media
Country capital
National Capital
San José
National Population
5,094,118
Latest population
Independence Day
September 15
National Helplines
Police / Ambulance / Fire - 911 / 112
Traffic - 911 / 112
Mobile phones - 112
Hazards - 1026 / 1119
Child help-line - 1147
Tollfree Airline - 800-225-2272

Emergency numbers
911

National Animal
White-tailed deer
National Bird
Yigüirro (national bird)
National Flower
Guaria Morada (Purple Orchid) (Cattleya Skinneri)
The flower was adopted on June 15, 1939
National Fruit
NA
National Language
Spanish
English
National Currency
Costa Rican Colón
CRC
Botanical Gardens
Zoos
 

Flag Description
five horizontal bands of blue (top), white, red (double width), white, and blue, with the coat of arms in a white elliptical disk placed toward the hoist side of the red band; Costa Rica retained the earlier blue-white-blue flag of Central America until 1848 when, in response to revolutionary activity in Europe, it was decided to incorporate the French colors into the national flag and a central red stripe was added; today the blue color is said to stand for the sky, opportunity, and perseverance, white denotes peace, happiness, and wisdom, while red represents the blood shed for freedom, as well as the generosity and vibrancy of the people
note: somewhat resembles the flag of North Korea; similar to the flag of Thailand but with the blue and red colors reversed

National anthem
"Himno Nacional de Costa Rica"
This country is different : You must know it
Costa Rica hosts more than 5% of the world’s biodiversity even though it constitutes than 0.5% of the planet’s total surface. There are more than 850 species of birds, 220 species of reptiles and 9,000 types of plants in the country.More than 25% of Costa Rica’s land is dedicated to national parks, reserves and wildlife refuges.