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Costa rica by narcha sawsakul
Costa rica by narcha sawsakul
Costa rica by narcha sawsakul
Costa rica by narcha sawsakul
Costa rica by narcha sawsakul
Costa rica by narcha sawsakul
Costa rica by narcha sawsakul
Costa rica by narcha sawsakul
Costa rica by narcha sawsakul
Costa rica by narcha sawsakul
Costa rica by narcha sawsakul
Costa rica by narcha sawsakul
Costa rica by narcha sawsakul
Costa rica by narcha sawsakul
Costa rica by narcha sawsakul
Costa rica by narcha sawsakul
Costa rica by narcha sawsakul
Costa rica by narcha sawsakul
Costa rica by narcha sawsakul
Costa rica by narcha sawsakul
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  • 1. COSTA RICA Officially called the Republic of Costa Rica Natcha Sawsakul 55030072 sec.1 English for Communications
  • 2. Four main points. •GEORGRAPHY •CLIMATE •CULTURE •TOURISM
  • 3. GEOGRAPHY
  • 4. GEOGRAPHY 3,819 metres
  • 5. CLIMATE
  • 6. CLIMATE SUMMER
  • 7. CLIMATE RAINY SEASON
  • 8. CULTURE •CUISINE •DANCING
  • 9. • CUISINE GALLO PINTO RICE BEANS
  • 10. CASADO RICE salad plantains a tortilla BLACK BEANS
  • 11. TOSTONES PLANTAIN SLICES PATACONES
  • 12. • DANCING SALSA DANCE
  • 13. COSTA RICAN SWING
  • 14. TOURISM
  • 15. ARENAL VOLCANO
  • 16. Manuel Antonio National Park
  • 17. Uvita Island 885 metres offshore
  • 18. CONCLUSION GEOGRAPHY LOCATION THE HIGHEST POINT CLIMATE TWO SEASONS CULTURE CUISINE DANCING TOURISM THREE ATTRACTIVE PLACE
  • 19. THANKS FOR YOUR ATTENTIONS

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