The Diquis valley is where most stone spheres have been found. This fertile river delta near Palmar Sur, became a banana plantation developed in the 1930's by the United Fruit Co. Ever since then, many archeological sites have been discovered that contain unique stone spheres of up to 2.5 meters in diameter.

  1. Diquis Valley Archaeological Sites
  1. Grinding Stones
  2. Grinding Stones
  3. Grijalba Archaeological Site
  4. Grijalba Archaeological Site
  5. Buried Stone Sphere
  6. Buried Stone Sphere
  7. Calzada
  8. Calzada
  9. Stone Platform
  10. Stone Platform
  11. Spheres
  12. Spheres
  13. Welcome Sign
  14. Welcome Sign
  15. View of Diquis Valley
  16. View of Diquis Valley
  17. Entrada al Museo
  18. Entrada al Museo
  19. Site Setup
  20. Site Setup
  21. Figura de Espiga
  22. Figura de Espiga
  23. Esferas
  24. Esferas
  25. Spheres Park
  26. Spheres Park
  27. Figura Humana
  28. Figura Humana
  29. Metate
  30. Metate
  31. Felino de Piedra
  32. Felino de Piedra
  33. Museo Finca 6
  34. Museo Finca 6
  35. El Silencio Stone Sphere
  36. El Silencio Stone Sphere
  37. Pottery Fragments
  38. Pottery Fragments
  39. Don Juan Bautista
  40. Don Juan Bautista
  41. Administracion Laura Chinchilla
  42. Administracion Laura Chinchilla
  43. Metate Detail
  44. Metate Detail

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