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A labyrinth, unlike a maze (which has blind alleys), is a continuous and tortuous path leading from edge to centre. Once you start to trace it from its entrance, you cannot fail to reach the centre – real life labyrinths are about endurance, not problem-solving. This one is my copy of the labyrinth in the grounds of Ammerdown, near Radstock, in Somerset.
Square: 27 X 27