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Labirintia Entertainment Center
17.02.2014 16:41
Labirintia Entertainment Center

A new entertainment center named “Labirintia” opened on Nevsky Prospect. The project developers insist that after the opening, the city of St. Petersburg has got the world's largest mirror maze as well as the only tape maze in the world.

      In "Labyrintia" everything is arranged according to special rules. A wizard in a fairy costume sells tickets, and his friend the fairy escorts visitors to the narrow, winding and long corridor that leads down into the dungeon. On both sides of the shelves there are more than a hundred of chests and under the cover of one of the boxes can be found a magic gift. The one who finds it, will get it, the fairy explains. "Rabbit Hole" brings to the first maze: the tape-shaped one. 34 kilometers of multicolored ribbons were used for its creation. It rustles, waves and shimmers: this is the only way to guess there is someone inside. The tape maze turns into mirror maze. A similar maze once was in Central Park, but this one is many times longer: its length is 586 meters.


Author: Anna Dorozhkina

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