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About Annexation of Guanacaste's Day
The Guanacaste’s Day is celebrated on July 25th of every year. Guanacaste Day is now celebrated all over Costa Rica as a national holiday. The country still celebrates a decision taken by the people of Guanacaste in 1824. On this year the province had to choose between belonging to Costa Rica or Nicaragua. Today they celebrates with folk dancing, fiestas, horse parades, cattle shows, bullfights and concerts create a frenzy of territorial pride. It celebration is held in Liberia, the capital of Guanacaste, located in Northwest Costa Rica. It is a public holiday of Costa Rica. Finally, this celebration will always be popular because it celebrates the Costa Rican's core value of democracy. Today they celebrated with Traditional folk dancing and music make the festivals that mark this holiday and they will enjoyable.
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