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Flag of Cartago
Official seal of Cartago
Coordinates: 9°48′N 83°39′W / 9.800°N 83.650°W / 9.800; -83.650
CountryCosta Rica
Capital cityCartago (pop. 156,600)
 • Total3,124.61 km2 (1,206.42 sq mi)
 • Total490,903
 • Density160/km2 (410/sq mi)
ISO 3166 codeCR-C
HDI (2019)0.807[1]
very high · 3rd of 7
Colegio San Luis Gonzaga
Museo Municipal de Cartago

Cartago (Spanish pronunciation: [kaɾˈtaɣo]), which means Carthage in Spanish, is a province of central Costa Rica. It is one of the smallest provinces, however probably the richest of the Spanish Colonial era sites and traditions.

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