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Labyrinth in nature area De Borkeld
Netherlands

Labyrinth built according to the example in the cathedral of Chartres (1220). Diameter about 15 m, 12 concentric rings, thousands of stones (10 tonnes) and 40 tonnes of sand. Photo's taken on May 25, 2012.

See also the aerial panorama of the labyrinth by Wouter Borre.

Copyright: Jan mulder
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Uploaded: 09/06/2013
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