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The 10 Most Incredible Labyrinths in the World | #MacroTraveller

Losing yourself was never so fun! The labyrinths are a challenge for the human mind. While some say that walking is a good way to strengthen meditation, others feel overwhelmed with just thinking … For those who want to get lost to meet again and those who want to overcome the enigmatic character of them. Here, I bring you the list of the 10 most spectacular labyrinths on the planet, where you will know the largest maze in the world, the most difficult to get out and the impressive maze made entirely of ice.

# 1 | Longleat Hedge Maze

 

 

 

 

Pic Credits : http://www.amusingplanet.com/2014/09/longleat-hedge-maze-longest-in-world.html
Longleat Hedge Maze of England considered one of the longest labyrinths in the world, extends for 2.72 kilometers of road and, depending on the pace of each person, and it will take between 20 and 90 minutes to complete it. Once inside they make the situation and orientation practically impossible.

# 2 | Cherry Crest

Pic Credits : http://delawarecountymoms.com/2014/07/cherry-crest-farms.html

In the North American State of Pennsylvania is the leisure center called Cherry Crest, the farm of adventure, where it is possible to travel a complicated labyrinth of 3.2 kilometers. Its design is so tricky that two guides go through it regularly to assist the brave tourists.

# 3 | Labyrinth of Laurel in Glendurgan

Pic Credits : https://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/glendurgan-garden/features/keeping-glendurgans-maze-forever-puzzling

Venture in the labyrinth of laurel in Glendurgan Cornwall (England) and see if you are the first to reach the center. There are not many gardens with a beach at the end, so to get there; you will pass through undulating coastal hills with their rows of old oaks and pines.

# 4 | Labyrinth of sunflowers at the Van Gogh Museum

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The Van Gogh Museum opens a new entrance, and it is a gigantic labyrinth composed of 125,000 sunflowers located in the Museumplein in Amsterdam. The Museum also collects paintings and works by one of the most famous artists in the world, Vincent van Gogh.

# 5 | Dole Plantation Maze

Pic Credits : https://www.thousandwonders.net/Dole+Plantation

The pineapple labyrinth has the honor of being the largest in the world according to the Guinness Book of Records. It is situated on the north coast of Oahu (Hawaii) in a place known as Dole Plantation. It consists of 14,000 native plants, such as hibiscus, heliconias, and pineapples. As well as the crotons, which shape the enormous pineapple that decorates its center.

# 6 | Horta Labyrinth Park

 

 

Pic Credits : https://barcelona-top-travel-tips.com/horta-labyrinth-park/
The Laberinto de Horta Park located in Barcelona (Spain) is formed by 750 meters of cut cypress trees and is in the lower level of the three that make up the park. A statue of Eros, the mythological representative of love, awaits us at the center of the puzzle. It is said that the trick to get out is to turn almost always to the right.

# 7 | The York Maze

Pic Credits : http://www.yorkmaze.com

Tom Pearcy from England decided to make his maze a magical experience, by creating two portraits of Harry Potter in his cornfield. With more than a million corn plants in 50 meters in diameter, the York Maze is the largest maze in Europe.

# 8 | French labyrinth of Reignac-Sur-Indre

Pic Credits : https://www.pinterest.com/pin/51158145737904750/
It was inaugurated in 1996 and stands out for its changing vegetation depending on the seasons. Each year, a corn or sunflower maze emerges from the ground in the summer period offering its customers the chance to try their luck in solving this circular puzzle.

# 9 | Ice Maze

A spectacular labyrinth made during the World Championship of Ice Art in Alaska, where more than two thousand spectators were treated to a sinuous labyrinth wholly made of ice

# 10 | Labyrinth in honor of the Blackhawks

An enormous corn maze was inaugurated in honor of the champions and owners of the Stanley Cup. Richardson Adventure Farm created the labyrinth inspired by the Chicago hockey team. In the design, it includes the logo of the Blackhawks, two hockey players and the word “Champions.”

The owners of the farm say they have the largest and funniest corn maze in the world. In addition to touring the labyrinth, you can enjoy pig races, train rides, among other activities for children and adults.

 

 

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12 Comments

  1. These looks like a freaking puzzle it really does. No wonder these are viewed to be created by ALIENS. Yes I mean that.

  2. I never been to a labyrinth. I remember being fascinated by the movie Labyrinth when I was a kid. These labyrinths look so amazing!

  3. Nice labyrinth, I love almost all of them but I love cherry crest .I like how it been designed I wouldn’t mind to go through it,I know it will be an exciting experience.

  4. I totally agree that these labyrinths are all spectacular and lovely.I have never experienced this.Longleat maze looks lovely and worth the experience of walking through.it.

  5. These are some interesting labyrinths! This would be fun to visit with your friends or family members and play a game finding each other. These are really great! I would love to visit it soon!

  6. Love the 5th one —has a pineapple maze in it. Subjectively, I’d be overwhelmed likewise if I went into that maze and most probably will not make it out on a normal mental state. Just looking from it gives me anxiety! But, as the saying goes, “you won’t know unless you try.”

  7. This is an exciting way for group vacations. And the more challenging one is when the paths aren’t just parallelograms in dimension but also curves and twirls.

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