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World’s Largest Maze Franco Maria Ricci, the publisher behind Luigi Serafini’s Codex Seraphinianus, just completed a 17.5 acre maze at Fontanellato, Italy. His labyrinth of bamboo hedges near Parma reportedly comes in at five times the size of the Pineapple Garden Maze on Hawaii, the largest permanent hedge maze in the Guinness Book of Records. The maze will open to the public in 2012 once a visitors’ center is built. Riccis’ maze will join several other elaborate, life-size puzzles around the world. Visitors to the 16th Century Longleat House in Wiltshire England can roam around the ground’s safari park and lose themselves in the hedge maze. Unlike other a-mazes, the walls of the maze at Château & Jardins de Villandry in Villandry, France are short enough for adults to see over. The Ashcombe Maze in Shoreham, Victoria isn’t particularly large, but a series of special maze events, including mystery puzzles and hidden gnomes hunts—makes up for its size. Visita few more incredible mazes at SpotCoolStuff.
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