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“Costa Rica Through the Eyes of Volunteers” Exhibition
Peace Corps organization is celebrating its 50 anniversary and thanks to this event the organization opens an exhibit called “Costa Rica Through the Eyes of Volunteers”.
It is an exhibit of 22 photos took by Peace Corps volunteers that offer a glance into life in rural Costa Rica. It opened its door September 20 2011and it will be possible to visit it until October 6 2011at the Costa Rican-North American Cultural Center in Barrio Dent located in eastern San José, capital of Costa Rica. The admission is free.
These very interesting photos of Costa Rica are not just an amazing opportunity to see a different part of Costa Rica but also to have a look into the lives of the volunteers.
Currently about 130 volunteer work in Costa Rica for Peace Corps and most of them are specializing in community and rural development.
Who is Peace Corps?
The Peace Corps is an American program run by the United States Government and as well as a government agency of the same name. The program was established in 1961 and among goals of the Peace Corps belongs helping people outside the United States to understand US culture, and helping Americans to understand the cultures of other countries.
(By Marketa Sobotkova – Marketing intern)
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