Correos de Costa Rica is the national postal service of Costa Rica. The establishment of Correos de Costa Rica gained momentum with the Costa Rican constitution of 1824, which mandates that the Congress of the Republic must open roads and carry posts and general mail. On December 10, 1839, via government decree, the first rulebook for mail was drafted and the “Servicio Nacional de Correos” was created. The first emission of postage stamps was done in 1862. A year later Costa Rica attended the Postal Congress in Paris, the only Latin-American country to attend the event. In August 1883 Costa Rica subscribed to the Universal Postal Union. In 1922 the country joined the Unión Postal Panamericana, integrated with Spain, Portugal, and various Latin-American countries. More information...

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