Monday, December 11, 2006

Tiquicia celebrates having no army for 58 years!

Ex-soldier Victoriano Aguillare takes part in a ceremony celebrating the 58th Anniversary of the Abolition of the Armed Forces of Costa Rica at the National Museum San Jose, Costa Rica, Sunday, Dec. 10, 2006. Costa Rica has had no armed forces since 1948, following the civil war that led to the abolition of the army by then President Jose Figueres Ferrer. (AP Photo/Kent Gilbert)

Costa Rican folk dancers take part in a ceremony celebrating the 58th Anniversary of the Abolition of the Armed Forces of Costa Rica at the National Museum San Jose, Costa Rica, Sunday, Dec. 10, 2006. Costa Rica has had no armed forces since 1948, following the civil war that led to the abolition of the army by then President Jose Figueres Ferrer. (AP Photo/Kent Gilbert)

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