Italy is known for many tourist attractions like the Colosseum, the Pantheon, and the Leaning Tower of Pisa. Now, the Masone Labyrinth, the world’s biggest bamboo maze, can be added to that list. Seventy-seven-year-old Franco Maria Ricci came up with the idea for this huge maze and sold his publishing house to work on it. It took 10 years, but now the labyrinth is finally open. Visitors to the labyrinth will most likely get lost. All of the hedges are the same size, and there are very few clues about how to get out of the maze. The only way for people to actually get out once they are lost is to pay attention to the various shrubberies and listen for people’s voices for clues. Ricci spent 10 million euros building the Masone Labyrinth in the hope of creating a place that inspired wonder and curiosity. In addition, the maze includes a pyramid with a chapel covered in gold inside it for weddings. There are also hotels, dance halls, art museums, and libraries in the place. Ricci’s idea is that people come to the maze to lose themselves and then go to the art museums or libraries and find what they have always been looking for.