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Costa Rica

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Land Area 51,060 km2
Water Area 40 km2
Total Area 51,100km2 (#126)
Population 4,872,543 (#123)
Population Density 95.43/km2
Government Type Presidential Republic
GDP (PPP) $79.26 Billion
GDP Per Capita $16,100
Currency Colon (CRC)
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This page was last updated on November 29, 2017.

Costa Rica Trivia

What is the Biggest City in Costa Rica?

San José is the largest city in Costa Rica, with a population of 333,980.

Biggest Cities In Costa Rica

What Languages are Spoken in Costa Rica?

panish is the official language of Costa Rica. A number of indigenous languages such as Cabécar, Bribri, and Maléku are also spoken.

What Languages Are Spoken In Costa Rica?

What Kind of Government Does Costa Rica Have?

Costa Rica is a presidential, representative democratic republic, whereby the president serves as the country's head of state and head of government.

What Type of Government Does Costa Rica Have?

What Are The Major Natural Resources Of Costa Rica?

Costa Rica is endowed with natural resources including arable land, minerals, wildlife, rivers, forests, and the country's beautiful scenery.

What Are The Major Natural Resources Of Costa Rica?

Can You Name Some Native Reptiles Of Costa Rica?

Costa Rica houses a diverse variety of flora and fauna, which includes numerous reptiles, among which are several threatened species. It is estimated that 225 species of reptiles dwell in Costa Rica, with 70 of those species being lizards. Most of these lizards are small, forest-dwelling anoles. There are also giant lizards in Costa Rica, and they include the striped basilisk, the green iguana, and the black iguana. 20 venomous snake species are found in the country. It is also home to a variety of turtles, with 5 of the world’s seven sea turtle species nesting on its beaches.

Native Reptiles Of Costa Rica

What are the Stone Spheres?

The stone spheres of Costa Rica refer to a collection of over 300 petrospheres in Costa Rica, located on Isla del Cano. Locally, the stone spheres are called as Las Bolas and are well-known stone carvings from the Isthmo-Colombian era.

The Mystery of the Stone Spheres Of Costa Rica

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