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Magical Paths: Labyrinths & Mazes in the 21st Century

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Product description

A book that looks at the mythology, history and evolution of mazes and labyrinths, as well as how today's land artists and garden designers have recreated labyrinths, in both public and private garden spaces, that reflect the modern search for inner peace. It also shows how leisure and tourism have created a new craze for mazes, resulting not only in traditional hedge mazes being restored, but also in new types of mazes being built. These include maize mazes, mirror mazes, wood and water mazes and simple garden mazes.

This copy has some fading to the front cover and a slight knock to one corner. 

Item details

Author(s):
Jeff Saward
Condition:
Used: good
Format:
Hardback
ISBN-13:
9781840005738
Number of pages:
176
Publisher:
Mitchell Beazley

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A book that looks at the mythology, history and evolution of mazes and labyrinths, as well as how today's land artists and garden designers have recreated labyrinths, in both public and private garden spaces, that reflect the modern search for inner peace. It also shows how leisure and tourism have created a new craze for mazes, resulting not only in traditional hedge mazes being restored, but also in new types of mazes being built. These include maize mazes, mirror mazes, wood and water mazes and simple garden mazes.

This copy has some fading to the front cover and a slight knock to one corner. 

Author(s):
Jeff Saward
Condition:
Used: good
Format:
Hardback
ISBN-13:
9781840005738
Number of pages:
176
Publisher:
Mitchell Beazley

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