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House in a Maze

Dragon maze.............................(maze.jpg)

We were very intrigued by pictures of this tiny house in the middle of a maze. Turns out the labyrinth was created from corn in Cordes-sur-Ciel, France, by Isabelle de Beaufort and Bernard Ramus, aka Labyrinthus, in 1999.

House in a maze.........................(maze2.jpg)

De Beautfort and Ramus have been creating giant mazes since 1996 – including Le Labyrinthe de Grimm in Alsace, Le Monde des Plantes Magiciennes in Merville, and Le Labyrinthe de Plage à Puteaux.

Some have been large, some tiny, some permanent, some temporary. They've attracted some three million visitors, and given a new lease of life to an ancient tradition. RM


Labirinthus – revisited . July 20th, 2010






From ancient times, humans have been fascinated by the road not taken. HL

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  • metrocaribbean

    December 24, 2013

    Really a fantastic and fabulous place i will surely visit this place next month thanks for the post!!!! waiting for the next post!!

  • Teo

    May 25, 2013

    i would never live in such house..

  • ces

    April 29, 2013

    Amazing! The photos remind me of scenes from the book Harry Potter and Percy Jackson.

  • I suppose having a house in the middle of a big maze like that is one way of saying, “Um, I’m not sure we really want your company after all.”

    Certainly an adventure just to get to the front door.

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