From the press release:
"Travel back to the Middle Ages to explore and experience the importance of herbs in everyday life and their tie to labyrinths. Herbs in those days were not only culinary devices, but healers, comforters, cures, charms and cleansers for soul and body. Similarly, walks through the winding path of the labyrinth, with no tricks or dead ends, brought joy and nourishment to the soul and remedied sorrows. Learn about the purpose and uses of medieval herbs. Participate in a contemplative walk on an ancient path of a Chartres-style labyrinth. Discover where medieval gardens can still be visited today"
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