Maze and labyrinth panoramas


Parc del Laberint d’Horta, Barcelona by Valentin Arfire.

Continuing the maze and labyrinth theme, a selection of panoramas at 360Cities. Panoramic photography helps when viewing these constructions at a distance, especially when the camera is centrally positioned. The selection may be small but it shows how universal the urge is to build these things, with examples from Europe, the heart of Russia (where we learn that labyrinths are called “Babylons”) and China. Some of the pages have links to additional views. There’s a plan of the Parc del Laberint d’Horta hedge maze at Wikipedia.


Granite Maze, Kirchenlamitz, Bavaria by Martin Hertel.


Centre of the labyrinth (4 of 6), Castle Weldam, Netherlands by Jan Mulder.


“Vavilon” (Babylon) labyrinth, Kandalaksha District, Murmansk by Andrei Kuznetcov.


Labyrinth at the Uithof, the Hague by Marco den Herder.


Beijing Old Summer Palace 4, Labyrinth in Yuanmingyuan by Yunzen Liu.

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