Garden Mazes: Breathtaking Greeny Labyrinths

The history of labyrinths finds its roots in Greek mythology, but mazes remain quite popular today. You can find them in the biggest public parks and even in the private gardens all over the world. These garden mazes as a part of green design turn out to be the amazing parts of landscaping that makes this place ever wonderful and interesting for tourists. These breathtaking man-size hedge mazes that twist, turn, lead you to the dead ends are so luring, that it is impossible to miss them. When you enter such a maze, you never know when it will end and you can spend hours surrounded with high green walls and even get lost. It is a sort of a challenge that helps you to find out whether you are brave. In any case, garden mazes are great fun today and I offer you to see the coolest of them just now.

Garden Maze (Blenheim)

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Villa Pisani (Italy)

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Glendurgan Garden (Cornwall, England)

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Labyrinth d’Horta (Barcelona, Spain)

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Labyrinth in Botanic Garden (Brussels)

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Longleat Hedge Maze (UK)

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Peace Maze (Ireland)

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Pineapple Garden Maze (Hawaii)

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Reignac-sur-Indre Maze (France)

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Water Garden Labyrinth Getty Museum (Los Angeles)

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Richardson Castle (USA)

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Secret Garden Maze (Snug Harbor, Staten Island, New York)

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Snake Maze (UK)

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VanDusen Botanical Garden Maze (Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada)

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Hampton Court Maze (UK)

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