The Speightstown mural, located in the northern town of Speightstown in an incredible beachfront location, is one of several amazing artworks throughout the town. The mural is a realistic depiction of some of the historic and natural attractions of Barbados. It stands 20ft tall and stretches for 263ft as scenes of Harrison's Cave blend with historic scenes of the raising of Barbados' flag at the moment they gained their independence.
Small details compete for your attention as you gaze as this astounding artwork. Every time you see it you will see something different from Barbados' 2,000 year history. If you enjoy this mural, look out for other examples as you stroll around the town.
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