Museo Nacional de Costa Rica The National Museum of Costa Rica was created on May 4, 1887.
The main purpose was to provide a public institution to collect, classify, and study natural and artistic products from Costa Rica.

The Museum has focused on scientific investigation, education, exhibitions, and the preservation of the cultural and natural heritage of Costa Rica.
  1. Side Tower
  2. Main Entrance to Museum
  3. View from the Democracy Plaza
  4. Precolumbian mask
  5. Indian Stone sphere
  6. Bullet marked tower
  7. Admission Ticket
  8. La Virgen de Los Angeles
  9. Bench on hallway
  10. Cannons at entrance of Museum
  11. Colonial religious art
  12. Colonial religious dresses and art
  13. Complete gold jewlery setup
  14. Exit to terrace
  15. Farm equipment
  16. Inside court view
  17. Iron gate to garden
  18. North hallway
  19. Old Costa Rican Coat of Arms
  20. Old map of Costa Rica
  21. Pre-colombian indian life
  22. Pre-columbian Ceremonial Table
  23. Pre-columbian statue on hallway
  24. Pre-columbian stone figures
  25. Precolumbian gold pieces
  26. Precolumbian gold pieces1
  27. Precolumbian gold pieces2
  28. Precolumbian gold pieces3
  29. Precolumbian gold pieces5
  30. Rebuilt of an indian tomb

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