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Personal Labyrinth Personal Labyrinth The invisible labyrinth is the scene of seeking ways and means by oneself. Read more »
The Labyrinth of Love The Labyrinth of Love The Labyrinth of Love is an exciting and special form of personal wandering in the labyrinth.
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Labyrinth with the Great Ones of Europe

In Dante’s Divine Comedy, Vergilius was the guide in the journey below the Sky. Visitors starting their night-time one-person path-finding walk can choose a companion, a soul-guide from the most powerful authors of Europe. In the pitch-black labyrinth, where only the Labyrinth lantern helps us to find our way, the invisible labyrinth-thread is represented by the impressive visions and impulses of our chosen guide. These are the impulses of the Europe that is falling into oblivion, the Europe that will soon exist only in our dreams, just as we, ourselves.

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Wandering with József, Attila Wandering with József, Attila Being aware of the entirety of existence and behind the bars of powerlessness. Read more »
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Wandering with Chopin Wandering with Chopin On the road of the struggle - rising behind the stormy falls of notes
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Wandering with Liszt Wandering with Liszt In Hungary’s Liszt Year, the Labyrinth of Buda Castle commemorates the greatest Hungarian musician genius of romanticism. Read more »
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Wandering with Beethoven Wandering with Beethoven At the path of sounds by the last classicist and at the same time the first romanticist master. Read more »
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Wandering with Mozart Wandering with Mozart Composing music through the dice play of chance: listen to an unrepeatable Mozart ‘symphony’ while roaming your own route. Read more »
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Wandering with Shakespeare Wandering with Shakespeare His words open up confounding and dazzling infinity for the wanderers.
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Wandering with Nietzsche Wandering with Nietzsche Nietzsche invites you to ecstatic wanderings.
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Wandering with Pilinszky Wandering with Pilinszky We can feel very lonely while wandering the labyrinth of facts and getting lost as the world ‘flees’ from us.
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Wandering with Plato Wandering with Plato Plato opens up the passages between the changing and the unchanged world for you. Read more »
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Wandering with Augustine of Hippo Wandering with Augustine of Hippo The inner conflicts of Augustine reveal the paths of belief in God and knowledge.
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Wandering with Heraclitus Wandering with Heraclitus Heraclitus is laying road marks just to make you get lost in the invisible order.
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Wandering with Pascal Wandering with Pascal Pascal offers the Labyrinth thread to those got into the infinite cosmos.
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Wandering with Ady Wandering with Ady The creator of modern Hungarian poetry, examining the question ‘who am I’. Read more »
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Wandering with Bach Wandering with Bach The last master of Baroque music is now guiding us gently in our night labyrinth walk. Read more »
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Wandering with Dante Wandering with Dante A mystic wandering that provides a glimpse of Hell, Purgatory and…
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Wandering with Hölderlin Wandering with Hölderlin Nature and Gods – perceptions that might never reveal themselves again. Read more »
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Wandering with Goethe Wandering with Goethe The constant quest of the harmony of Entirety created by art.
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Wandering with Coleridge Wandering with Coleridge The romanticist English poet is taking us to mysterious worlds. Read more »
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Wandering with Shelley Wandering with Shelley Shelley is dragging his followers towards a new golden age in the ecstasy of devoted desire for freedom. Read more »
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Wandering with Dostoyevsky Wandering with Dostoyevsky He who rambles through his own dark labyrinth can find his life’s…
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Wandering with Rimbaud Wandering with Rimbaud The prophetic poems of the ‘infant Shakespeare’ dip into the world of deeper intuitions and associations.
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Wandering with Vivaldi Wandering with Vivaldi We are guided in the labyrinth of music by his less known tones of music.
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Wandering with Kafka Wandering with Kafka Kafka is searching for the way out of the inner labyrinth of ancient anxiety, hopelessly.
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Wandering with Rilke Wandering with Rilke On the footpaths of anxious fears, aimlessness and being a stranger that are hard to walk on.
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Wandering with Sophocles Wandering with Sophocles On the paths of ancient fears and passions and considerations – just like the Gods. Read more »
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Wandering wit Baudelaire Wandering wit Baudelaire On the rarely beaten paths of death and melancholy with the creator of modern European poetry.
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Wandering with Heidegger Wandering with Heidegger Heidegger implies the closeness of invisible and remote things.
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