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The largest maze in Central Europe has opened. Do you find a loophole?

A tree that grows for three years.

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The largest maze in Central Europe has officially opened. It took me three years to grow a tree and make a maze.. People can now find it in Starer Lubova in northeastern Slovakia.

The maze is divided into nine parts, each inhabited by one of nine masters. These masters share their experiences with their apprentices in creative work and help them reach the center of the maze. It offers the most beautiful views of Chubobniansky Castle from the observatory Devil’s Rock.


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In addition to the maze, there are gardens and concert meadows near the Jakubianka River. The garden also has a large meadow with an area of ​​about 1,200 square meters, which visitors can use for picnics and volleyball.

Visitors can enjoy summer cinemas, music evenings and many other events under the stars in the Victorian Gardens, named after the maze designer’s wife.

The garden with a maze Open Monday to Sunday from 10:00 to 20:00.. Admission to the garden is free. Those who want to visit the maze pay 6 euros (adults) or 4 euros (disabled and children aged 6 to 14 years). Children under the age of 5 can enter for free.

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