Snow Labyrinth at the ZIM (Würzburg, Germany)

We have a lot of snow here in Würzburg. On the terrace of the outdoor facilities at the centre for internal medicine of the university clinics of Würzburg (ZIM) is ordinarily in front of house A4 at level 0 a Chartres labyrinth. But this is completely covered by a blanket of snow. So I had the chance to walk directly at this point a snow labyrinth.

Classical labyrinth at the ZIM

Classical labyrinth at the ZIM

The 11 paths for the Chartres labyrinth are already a little more complicated and not so practical in the snow. Hence, I have decided to make a classical 7-circuit labyrinth. It looks a little bit crooked, but the design is correct.
At the moment it is not recommended to walk in light shoes. The snow is still quite deep. And some day the Chartres labyrinth will appear again.

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5 thoughts on “Snow Labyrinth at the ZIM (Würzburg, Germany)

  1. >Maybe I should have followed the article of Grahame Gardner from Scotland a little better?<
    I think you did pretty well, Erwin. It's a lovely labyrinth. Thanks for sharing it, and thanks for the link!

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