labyrinth project of the Almetto Howey Alexander Foundation. This may be the first Afro-Centric Labyrinth in the United States. Artist Tom Schulz designed a specific labyrinth that while based on the conventional eleven-circuit pattern, speaks to the ancient African origins of the labyrinth. His studies and to-scale painting interpret aspects of Almetto Howey Alexander's life journey through personalized symbolism, imagery and color.
Visby, Gotland Sweden's best-known labyrinth is situated immediately north of the old town of Visby. It has 12 walls and the entrance is orientated to the NW. The oldest written record of this labyrinth is on a map of 1740-41. Labyrinth at Visby. Photo: Jeff Saward, 1998