Alajuela

Alajuela (alaˈxwela) is the second-largest city in Costa Rica after the capital, San José. It is also the capital of Alajuela Province. Because of its location in the Costa Rican Central Valley, Alajuela is nowadays part of the conurbation of the Great Metropolitan Area. The city is the birthplace of Juan Santamaría, the national hero of Costa ...
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Alajuela

Alajuela (älähwā'lä) , city (1995 est. pop. 48,645), capital of Alajuela prov., central Costa Rica. In the Central Valley, it is a leading commercial center for the sugar and livestock industries as well as being a summer resort. It was the capital of Costa Rica for a short ...
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Alajuela

city, northwestern Costa Rica. It lies in the Valle Central at an elevation of 3,141 feet (957 metres). Known in colonial days as Villahermosa, the ...
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Alajuela

Market name for one of the better coffees of Costa Rica.
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