Costa Rica News – Although this analogy does not apply to every Costa Rican it does in most cases. A Book is to a Costa Rican as Kryptonite is to Superman. A friend of mine told me that one time and in many cases this is a true statement. However, if you are one of those people in Costa Rican that search and thirst for knowledge then this might interest you.
The National Museum if offering online learning on topics such as botany, zoology, anthropology, ethnography and a host of other subjects.
There you can read all sorts of literature, as well as download free articles to magazines and the Brenesia journal.
The magazine links are to articles after 1975 on topics such as archeology, ethnography, anthropology and linguistics.
The Brenesia journal covers topics such as botany and zoology.
The site address is http://biblioteca.museocostarica.go.cr/
This registration is free.
The National Museum library has over 50,000 volumes, including books, journals, thesis and pamphlets.
“Their collections are products of exchanges with international institutions since the beginning of the National Museum in 1887 and is currently kept current through swap agreements,” the official site.