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August 11, 2012
Javier Prada puts the finishing adjustments to a violin at his father's workshop in San Jose, August...
San Jose, Costa Rica
Prada puts the finishing adjustments to a violin at his father's workshop in San Jose
Javier Prada puts the finishing adjustments to a violin at his father's workshop in San Jose, August 10, 2012. Four generations of the Prada family have been involved in the crafting and restoration of violins and mandolins. Jose, Javier's father, says the first member of the Prada family that started this business was his grandfather Jesus Prada, a Spaniard who arrived in Costa Rica in 1887 and who devoted his entire life to the making of these instruments.REUTERS/Juan Carlos Ulate (COSTA RICA - Tags: SOCIETY BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)
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