Four Centuries Of Geographic Expressions of the Central American Isthmus, is the name of the exhibition of old maps, of Central America, that is opened to the public at Universidad Francisco Marroquín.
It makes a trip in history through the cartography of the Isthmus, from the first geographic relations ordered by Spain, during the first years of the Colony.
This exhibition gave life to the catalogue that takes the same name, elaborated by Jens P. Bornholt and William Hempstead; same that, along with the exhibition, is sponsored by Foundación UNO, whose president is Ernesto Fernandez-Holmann.
University Francisco Marroquín
6 final Street, zone 10
From Monday February 12 to Monday April 30 of 2007, 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
For individual visits, or of small groups it is recommended to come in the afternoons; since in the mornings groups of schools and schools come.
Entrance to each exhibition: Q30; Parking: Q10 per hour.
Information at: (+502) 2338-7959, with Pierina Piedrasanta or Melanie Alarcón.