Museo Nacional de Costa Rica
History of Costa Rica
Immovable Assets

The immovable assets are structures and parts of them, meaning elements conceived as part of a house, building, park, etc.

Classification of the Structures:
• Buildings
• Pieces of buildings
• Unclassified structures

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The Bellavista Headquarters : witness , actor and historic symbol

A Glance from the "Bellavista"

ImageBy the end of the XIX century, San Jose expanded to the eastside. Constructions such as the Train Station to the Atlantic, the Main Customs House, the Sion High School , and the National Park were raised in this sector. In nearby lands, towards the northeast, the first Costa Rican bourgeois neighborhood was built: Barrio Amón.

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Profiles

Pioneers in the consolidation of the museum.

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