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Mazes to Tease Your Brain

Mazes have fascinated humans for centuries. The oldest maze, found on rock tomb in Sardinia, Italy, dates back to 4000 years. Religious groups have used them for meditation and as a symbol of the divine. Mazes can also help develop our spatial awareness, something we could not function without. Try these 3 mazes to stretch your brain.

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In every waking moment your mind is drawing maps and pictures of the world.

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Lost in Squares

Lost in Squares

Here’s another intricate pathway to confound and confuse you. Once again, start at the arrow and follow your feet to the centre of the maze. Try to complete this puzzle within five minutes.

 

 

 

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Here’s another intricate pathway to confound and confuse you. Once again, start at the arrow and follow your feet to the centre of the maze. Try to complete this puzzle within five minutes.

 

 

 

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Tiny Circles

Tiny Circles

Round and round the maze does flow, find the centre, off you go. (Start at the arrow to the left of the maze.)