dieterdreist at gmail.com
Thu Feb 19 10:24:06 UTC 2015
Some forms of mazes and labyrinths
- part of or entire garden (often of a castle or stately home or similarly
representative building), like this one:
or this one:
These are typically "permanent" and do last more than a few weeks
IMHO could be a garden:style
Not sure if this should comprise stone mazes when put in similar context,
e.g. Donnafugata Castle:
or in this Chinese garden:
2. seasonal stand alone labyrinths, often made of corn, typical in
southern Germany but also elsewhere, e.g.
one suggestion could be
amenity=maze as these are dedicated mazes.
3. Finger labyrinth, engraved mazes
maybe tourism=artwork and subtype(s)?
4. Labyrinth mosaics and floor pavings
E.g. in portugal, Conimbriga
Or in France, Chartre
FWIW, I have assumed in my contributions that "maze" and "labyrinth" would
be exchangeable (indeed in German they are), but the English wikipedia
suggests they are not (they claim: maze=several ways through, labyrinth:
just one way).
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