Water Labyrinth Lake Lugano (Italy) 2003

Water labyrinth (3 paths, permament), near lake Lugano in Italy
Material: dressed square granite blocks
Diameter: 4 m

The concept of this labyrinth is based on the Kneipp cure (treading water).
The water comes from a mountain spring and is diverted to the entrance of the labyrinth. From there it flows along the three paths, at a height of 15 cm, to the centre and then on to a Biotope. People walk bare-foot along the path with smooth pebbles.

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