Sister City Monteverde
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In 2004 Estes Park and Monteverde were established as Sister Cities. Located in northwestern Costa Rica, the Monteverde district consists of several small, adjacent communities, the largest of which is Santa Elena. They are collectively known as Monteverde. The population is about 5,000.
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