San José

San José is the capital and largest city of . The undisputed cultural and economic center of Costa Rica's central valley, where most of the population lives, San José is also the most important transportation hub for domestic travel even though the international airport is in .

Landmarks in the Area

Estadio Ricardo Saprissa Aymá is a football stadium in , which has a seating capacity of 23,112, making it the second largest stadium in the country.

The National Theatre of Costa Rica is 's national theatre, located in the central section of .

Parque Nacional Simón Bolívar is an urban park of approximately 14 hectares, located in downtown .

The Pre-Columbian Gold Museum is a museum in .

The Museo del Jade is an archaeological museum in , .

Localities in the Area

Hatillo is the tenth district in San José Canton, the second highest of 470 districts in population density in , after Tibás's León XIII District.

Desamparados is the capital city of Desamparados Canton in the province of San José in .

San Sebastián is the eleventh district in San José Canton, .

Uruca District, the seventh "district" of San José Canton, , comprises an important industrial and commercial area of .

San Pedro is the capital of Montes de Oca Canton in the San José Province.

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