This temple is an imitation of the temple of love and music in Versailles. The painter Francisco Salazar, who became an ... More
Templo de la Música
This temple is an imitation of the temple of love and music in Versailles. The painter Francisco Salazar, who became an architect, tore down a wooden kiosk and put this temple in its place. Inaugurated December 24, 1920, the temple served as the place for political speeches and even an exchange of powers. During the 20th century, orchestras and city bands used to offer concerts and serenades to the peasants. The temple was recently restored with the rest of Morazan Park. Nowadays, the San Jose City Band and the National Symphonic Orchestra offer concerts here, on special occasions.
This museum (called "el MAC") is committed to preserving the national arts heritage of Costa Rica. It holds two separate
collections, one of Costa Rican art and another for foreign art works. The national collection includes approximately 2,575 pieces, ...
This group of communities is popular among people from the city who want to get away from it all for
a while. This is a peaceful and pleasant place to spend an afternoon or to eat in one of ...
The location of this unique site in Central America, where Quaternary glaciers have left their mark, has allowed the fauna
and flora of North and South America to interbreed. Tropical rainforests cover most of the area. Four different Indian ...
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