The complex contained endless dark locations-maintenance closets, heating ducts, gardening sheds, bedroom wardrobes, even a labyrinth of underground tunnels.
Rome from the air is a labyrinth-an indecipherable maze of ancient roadways winding around buildings, fountains, and crumbling ruins.
For an instant Langdon recalled the ancient myth of Daedelus, how the boy kept one hand on the wall as he moved through the Minotaur’s labyrinth, knowing he was guaranteed to find the end if he never broke contact with the wall.
There are no more uses of "labyrinth" in the book.
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The gutted structure crouches like a wounded animal amid a labyrinth of crumbling dwellings.
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"I heard Mom say that the warlocks of the Spiral Labyrinth have been looking for a way to reverse the effects of the Infernal Cup," said Isabelle.