Alajuela

What is Alajuela known for?


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. This was the seventh year of the current format using the name Copa Interclubes UNCAF. The tournament was also a qualifying event for the 2006 CONCACAF Champions' Cup (CONCACAF Champions' Cup 2006). Sixteen teams representing seven football associations took part, starting with the first qualifying games on July 26, 2005. The tournament ended with a two-legged final between Olimpia (Club Olimpia Deportivo) of Honduras (Liga Nacional de Futbol de Honduras) and Alajuelense of Costa Rica (Primera División de Costa Rica). The first leg was played in Tegucigalpa, Honduras (Tegucigalpa) on November 23, 2005 and ended with Alajuelense earning a 1-0 victory. The second leg was played in Alajuela, Costa Rica (Alajuela) on November 30, 2005 with Olimpia (Club Olimpia Deportivo) winning 1-0. Alajuelense then won the Copa Interclubes UNCAF in a penalty shootout (Penalty shootout (association football)) by the score of 4-2. The top three finishers in the tournament, Alajuelense, Olimpia (Club Olimpia Deportivo), and Deportivo Saprissa, qualified for the 2006 CONCACAF Champions' Cup (CONCACAF Champions' Cup 2006) goals2 location Alajuela, Costa Rica stadium Estadio Alejandro Morera Soto goals2 location Alajuela, Costa Rica stadium Estadio Alejandro Morera Soto goals2 location Alajuela, Costa Rica stadium Estadio Alejandro Morera Soto goals2 stadium Estadio Alejandro Morera Soto Alajuela, Costa Rica attendance n a referee Rolando Vidal (PAN (Panama)) goals2 Mario Camacho 15' José Macotelo 78' Álvaro Guerrero 89' stadium Estadio Alejandro Morera Soto Alajuela, Costa Rica attendance n a referee Oscar Bardelez (HON (Honduras)) '''Estadio Alejandro Morera Soto Scotiabank''' is a multi-purpose stadium in Alajuela, Costa Rica. It is currently used mostly for football (football (soccer)) matches and is the home stadium of L.D. Alajuelense. The stadium is owned and operated by La Liga Deportiva Alajuelense and is located in El Llano de Alajuela. The project to find a proper site for a permanent home started in 1938 when the director of the club, Carlos Bolaños, proposed that the club should purchase its own land. The land was purchased in 1940, but the site would not be soccer-ready until 1942, when Alajuelense played its first match at the site. The first game was played on January 18, 1942 when Liga Deportiva Alajuelense played Club Sport Cartagines. The Estadio Alejandro Morera Soto is known as the Cathedral of Costa Rican Soccer. goals2 stadium Estadio Alejandro Morera Soto Alajuela, Costa Rica Attendance: n a Referee: José Pineda (HON (Honduras)) goals2 stadium Estadio Alejandro Morera Soto Alajuela, Costa Rica Attendance: n a Referee: Hugo Castillo (Guatemala) goals2 stadium Estadio Alejandro Morera Soto Alajuela, Costa Rica Attendance: 13,000 Referee: José Pineda (HON (Honduras)) Wikipedia:Alajuela Dmoz:Regional Central America Costa Rica Alajuela Province Localities Alajuela


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people history

, the urban area of the city had a population of 123,481 (including the district of Alajuela and the urban population of other districts in Alajuela canton (Alajuela (canton))). The population of the district in 2009 was 50,753 people. History thumb left 160px El Llano old hermitage. (Image:Ermita de El Llano de José Manuel Morera Cabezas.jpg) In pre-Columbian times the land where the canton of Alajuela is today was part of the Huetar Kingdom of the West, which was inhabited by native


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SJO 105b.jpg thumb left 250px Intel Costa Rica. The main exports of the region are coffee, sugar-cane, maize, beans, tobacco, citrus fruits, strawberries, tubers like cassava, flowers and ornamental plants. Other commercial activities include poultry farming, beekeeping, pig farming and the dairy industry. More recently, Alajuela has seen important investment in free zone parks and heavy industry companies. Transport Alajuela is an important transport hub for the country, connecting


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Lajuela and Ciruelas, having been served with notice to move to Villa Vieja (today's Heredia), requested the provisional construction of a public place of prayer in the house of Don Dionysius Oconitrillo, of Spanish origin, 30 metres north of where Alajuela's cathedral is today. After increases of population in the five existing quarters then: Targuaz, Puás, Ciruelas, La Lajuela and Rio Grande, the citizens faced difficulties to maintain their religious obligations, so they requested permission

to establish a parish and a public place of prayer from the Bishop of Nicaragua and Costa Rica, Monsignor don Esteban Lorenzo de Tristán. According to a motion issued in the Spanish Parliament of Cadiz on 19 May 1812, the first town hall of Alajuela was founded in 1813. On December 18 of the same year, the La Lajuela quarter obtained the title of town and it was renamed. It was first called "Villa Hermosa," then it was called "


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and garden as the house in long gone. A block south of the Central Park is the Juan Santamaría park with a statue of the hero and a small collection of 1860s era cannons. *


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military career

Rica DATE OF DEATH March 3, 1946 Fernández studied philosophy at the University of San Carlos of Guatemala (Universidad de San Carlos de Guatemala) before embarking on a military career. He fought in the war of 1856-1857 against William Walker (William Walker (filibuster)) and participated in the military coup that overthrew Jesús Jiménez (Jesús Jiménez Zamora) in 1870. He was married to a sister of Tomás Guardia and under Guardia's government he was appointed commander

Alajuela

'''Alajuela''' ( ) is the second-largest city in Costa Rica after the capital, San José (San José (Costa Rica)). It is also the capital of Alajuela Province.

Because of its location in the Costa Rican Central Valley, Alajuela is nowadays part of the conurbation of the Great Metropolitan Area (San José metropolitan area). The city is the birthplace of Juan Santamaría, the national hero of Costa Rica and the figure who gives the name to the country's main international airport (Juan Santamaría International Airport), which is south of Alajuela downtown.

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