The New Labyrinth on the Keesburg at Würzburg (Germany)

The new labyrinth has now an own front door in the fence around the monastery gardens near the Saint Alfons church. It is situated along the Mittlerer Neubergweg, which is connected with the Mathias-Ehrenfriedstraße. Everybody is invited to visit the labyrinth. It is opened from dask to dawn.

On the 18th of September, 2011 was the inauguration.
Here some impressions:

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In the meantime, the local newspaper Main-Post has reported about the labyrinth and there was also a short contribution on the citizen radio last Sunday.
The radio broadcast of the editorial staff of the diocese Würzburg from the 23rd of October, 2011 in the series Cappuccino on radio Charivari Würzburg (translated from German):

Labyrinth at Würzburg

At first sight it looks a little bit bewildering: The form of a winding labyrinth. Who stands before it, tries to recognise the right way. But this is not so easy at all!
The labyrinth – a very expressive symbol which is already known for over 3000 years. Originally emerged probably around the Mediterranean.
During the last years there is a sort of „labyrinth Renaissance” – in towns like Zurich, for example.
Petra Langer has got to know from a new labyrinth in the Würzburg district Keesburg.
Curiously she moved off

I accompanied her.

Petra Langer in front of the labyrinth

Petra Langer in front of the labyrinth

Here the podcast of the broadcasting from October 23, 2011 (in German)

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