Labyrint - IJsselstein
The author of the project is the artist Jan van Schaik, and 400 schoolchildren planted maze willows. Thousands of common willows now form a 500-meter-long path, which is trimmed by dozens of volunteers every year.
The labyrinth symbolizes the path of life. The ingenious pattern makes you head straight for the center, "your life purpose", and maybe even "death", but before you get there you make a sharp turn and the path takes a completely different direction.