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My town gets its name literally by a very particular water condition, it is crossed by three important rivers, from here its name Tres Ríos (in English, literally Three Rivers). They are the Chiquito, Cruz and Tiribí rivers. The latter continues through the rest of the city through the southern sector. These water systems have an incalculable value, because in their springs drinking water purification systems are used for consumption in my town and sectors of other large cities such as Desamparados, Curridabat and San Pedro. Unfortunately this is a forgotten landscape, often remembered only during the heavy rainy periods, when nature reminds us of its power. Many rivers increase their channels considerably or leave them causing damage and emergencies. This is a good topic of reflection, to think about how our city is planned, what participation and role the community living in its surroundings takes and the possibility of studying successful cases in Latin America that have incorporated water bodies into urban dynamics.

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current03:55, 10 April 2018Thumbnail for version as of 03:55, 10 April 2018988 × 768 (1.05 MB)Luiss (talk | contribs)My town gets its name literally by a very particular water condition, it is crossed by three important rivers, from here its name Tres Ríos (in English, literally Three Rivers). They are the Chiquito, Cruz and Tiribí rivers. The latter continues thro...
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