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Bicentennial In Costa Rica 1821-2021 National Symbol Purple Guaria.

The purple orchid popularly known as the purple guaria whose scientific name is Cattleya Skineri blooms in the months of February and March. The purple guaria was decreed as a national flower in the government of León Cortés Castro by the Secretary of State in the Office of Development and Agriculture, by agreement No. 24 …

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Bicentennial In Costa Rica 1821-2021 National Symbol Sloth Bear

On July 14, 2021 by means of the draft of the bill file 22.167, in which it is determined that the 2 species of sloths, the two-toed Choloepus hoffmanni and the three-toed Bradypus variegatus, and their name comes from their slow movements that also transfer to their metabolism. In Costa Rica they have a distribution …

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Bicentennial in Costa Rica 1821-2021- National Torch Symbol

It was declared as a national symbol, as a representation of the ideal of freedom and independence that unites Costa Rica with its sister countries in Central America. On September 14, 2005, according to MEP decree No. 32647-C, under the administration of President Abel Pacheco de la Espriella. Its declaration as a national symbol is …

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