Myanmar (Burma), Yangon, Inya Lake Hotel, March 2012
Many guesses were very close, but Bellavista, SuperJoan and Lalbabu had the correct answer, i.e. a Buddha Footprint.
This print contains 108 illustrations which seem to be transliterations from the Burmese Pali script texts. In Bagan (Burma), all footprints contain 108 auspicious illustrations. Current knowledge of the existing texts suggests that only Pali texts were used in Bagan to create the footprints. During the Bagan Period (B.E.: 1583 to 1830; A.D.: 1040 to 1287), most of the several thousands of pairs of Buddha footprints were prepared, painted and embellished: http://www.dralbani.com/buddhafootprint/introduction.html