Carlos Carillo’s map, entitled “My Belize,” depicts the most popular and important sites in Belize. Each district of Belize has its own unique identity and attractions. This map reflects the beauty and diversity of Belize from the lush barrier reefs along the coastline to the Mayan ruins of Stann Creek. The painting also includes important national symbols. The country’s coat of arms sits in the center of the painting and the tree in the coat of arms is mahogany, which is the national tree of Belize. The circular border of the seal has 50 leaves representing 1950, the year Belize became independent. This beautifully illustrated map celebrates the diversity and natural beauty of Belize.
Each print is professionally reproduced as a museum-quality Giclee print with archival grade inks on 100% cotton, 290 gsm archival paper.
Print includes a 1/2 inch border. Not framed.