Painting a Costa Rican OxCart Wheel Folk Pattern

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Costa Rican oxcarts, called carretas in Spanish, are a large part of Costa Rican history. They allowed for the expansion and increase of exports of many goods including Costa Rica’s main export, coffee. It also is a huge part of Costa Rican culture today. The oxcarts are considered one of Costa Rica’s national symbols.

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