Harmonist Labyrinth, New Harmony, Indiana

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Robert Wandel (was created by)
"This hedgerow maze was built in 1939 to honor the Harmonists who built a similar one near this site in the early 1800's. This early preservation project was built by the New Harmony Memorial Commission through the generosity of Mrs. Edmund Ball. The Harmonists lived here from 1813-1825; their manuscripts suggest their original labyrinth was a true labyrinth and was used as a place to renew and relax after a hard days work. A maze offers choices as a puzzle does, while a labyrinth is a unicursal maze with one way in and the same path out." --http://www.newharmony.biz/pages/attractions.htm
1930s (1930 - 1939)
wood (hardwood or softwood)