On the Schwanberg near Würzburg there is a very special labyrinth on the area of the Community Casteller Ring. It does not fit into the conventional typology.
It fulfills all criteria of a labyrinth: A clear way inside into the center – and the same way leads out again. Four sectors to be paced down in sequence, on a spiral curve inward and outwards. From the entrance one moves first to the right, then one orbits the labyrinth in a large circle, before entering the four sectors.
Those are elements of a Roman, round labyrinth, but it is nevertheless not a “true” Roman labyrinth.
This animation nevertheless brought it to a topic on the American Website Gratefulness.org under the title: Finding Guidance through the Labyrinth … Link>
There is also an “own” virtual labyrinth on Gratefulness.org … Link>