Museo Nacional de Costa Rica
Exhibitions arrow Anthropology & Archaeology
National Archeological Commission

The National Archeological Commission (CAN) is an organization created by the Archeological Patrimony Lay N° 6703 (published on La Gaceta, January 19th, 1982) to enforce the accomplishment of such law.  It is integrated by five representatives from different government institutions.

Measures against illegal National Archeological Patrimony traffic

The tendency around protecting and conserving the cultural patrimony is oriented to each government so that they take responsibility in avoiding the illegal asset traffic, and to promote the cooperation among countries.

Planimetry in archeological places

With architecture and road works on Línea Vieja, Costa Rica Central Caribbean

The project “Roads and monumental places: environmental knowledge and high engineering  on Costa Rican precolombine societies” was presented by investigators Silvia Salgado (University of Costa Rica), Rafael Arce (University of Costa Rica) and Ricardo Vászquez (National Museum of Costa Rica) in order to apply to an Aportes award in 2004.  The project won one out of three awards granted by Florida Ice & Farm.  This award plus the input from the National Museum of Costa Rica contributed to this achievement.

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