The labyrinth has always had its own special charm, both as an architectural structure and as a metaphor for a problem from which there is no way out, up to the concept of madness. The place we want to score today is particulary fascinating: it’s the extraordinary and suggestive labyrinth of Villa Pisani.
The labyrinth was built in 1722 by Girolamo Fringimelica, and consists of nine concentric circles with box hedges. His intent was to be considered a labyrint of love, in which to get lost and finally find the desired prize.
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