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The Breamore Miz-Maze in May 2005

Mizmaze (or Miz-Maze or Miz Maze) is the name given to two of England's eight surviving historic turf mazes, and also to a third, presumably once similar site (at Leigh in Dorset) that is now merely a relic . Of the two which survive, one is at Breamore,{{#invoke:Coordinates|coord}}{{#coordinates:50.9817|-1.8001|region:GB_scale:2000|||||| |primary |name= }} in Hampshire; the other is on top of St Catherine's Hill, overlooking the city of Winchester, Hampshire.

A mizmaze forms a pattern unlike conventional mazes and is classed as a labyrinth because the path has no junctions or crossings. The pattern appears more like a very long rope, neatly arranged to fill the area.


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The Breamore Miz-Maze in May 2005

Mizmaze (or Miz-Maze or Miz Maze) is the name given to two of England's eight surviving historic turf mazes, and also to a third, presumably once similar site (at Leigh in Dorset) that is now merely a relic . Of the two which survive, one is at Breamore,{{#invoke:Coordinates|coord}}{{#coordinates:50.9817|-1.8001|region:GB_scale:2000|||||| |primary |name= }} in Hampshire; the other is on top of St Catherine's Hill, overlooking the city of Winchester, Hampshire.

A mizmaze forms a pattern unlike conventional mazes and is classed as a labyrinth because the path has no junctions or crossings. The pattern appears more like a very long rope, neatly arranged to fill the area.


Mizmaze sections
Intro  Breamore Mizmaze  St Catherine's Hill  Mount Ephraim Mizmaze  See also  References  Further reading  External links  

PREVIOUS: IntroNEXT: Breamore Mizmaze
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