Museum

Labirinto della Masone

12 locals recommend

Tips from locals

Alessandro
Alessandro
October 8, 2018
The largest labyrinth in existence, it is entirely made of bamboo plants (numbering around 200 thousand in total) between 30 centimetres and 15 metres in height, and belonging to many species. It is a maze for losing oneself in, for fantasising and reflecting
Matteo
Matteo
June 27, 2021
Il più grande labirinto d'Europa
Claudia
Claudia
September 22, 2020
Il Labirinto della Masone è un parco culturale costruito nei pressi di Fontanellato , in provincia di Parma e creato da Franco Maria Ricci
Iolanda
Iolanda
August 7, 2020
Un po' lontano da Besozzola ma merita una visita, unico nel genere e molto intrigante.
Alessandra
Alessandra
July 26, 2020
Luogo fuori dal comune e il sogno del suo creatore

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Location
121 Str. Masone
43012
Phone0521 827081