The Labyrinth of the Mönchbergschule at Würzburg (Germany)

The labyrinth on the schoolyard of the Mönchbergschule in Würzburg is of the type Baltic wheel. There is a short way from or into the center. Thus it is very good for “processions”. A lot of people can move at the same time in the labyrinth.
The satellite photographs of Wuerzburg in Google Earth are of very good quality. I looked for the labyrinth and found it.
Here the bird’s eye view of the labyrinth in an interactive map, in which one can also navigate:

Here some terrestrial pictures:

Building activity

Building activity

The schoolhouse

The schoolhouse

School festivities

School festivities

The entire school

The entire school

The schoolmaster

The schoolmaster

Secondary growth

Secondary growth

Visitors from the Netherlands

Visitors from the Netherlands

A laggard

A laggard

Visitors

Visitors

2 thoughts on “The Labyrinth of the Mönchbergschule at Würzburg (Germany)

  1. Pingback: Labyrinths from the Bird’s-eye View | blogmymaze

  2. I so love seeing these pictures. Children and labyrinths are the best!!! This labyrinth is truly exquisite Erwin!

    Google Earth has an OLD satellite picture of our yard and labyrinth, it is barely visible. I can’t wait for it to be updated!

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