Terracotta Angel, c.1896
Watts Chapel, England

 Photo : Jeff Saward/Labyrinthos

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The phenomenal upsurge of interest in labyrinths, especially in the USA, within the last decade or so, has seen many hundreds of labyrinths constructed in a variety of forms and materials. Many are based on traditional styles and most employ either the classical or medieval design, although a number of innovative new construction techniques and designs have appeared in recent years. Below is a selection of these new American labyrinths from our collection, gathered during our travels.

Modern American Labyrinths

The Labyrinth in Winter

: Jeff Saward/Labyrinthos

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Looking for photos of modern portable and canvas labyrinths? We have a separate page of images of these labyrinths - click here to see a selection of our photographs.

We also have photographs of Native American labyrinths - click here to see some of our extensive collection.

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