NOW Magazine - Best of Toronto - - City Scape -

TRINITY SQUARE PARK Be­hind the Eaton Cen­tre The labyrinth marked by pavers in the mid­dle of this lit­tle-known green space is what makes it a great place for cu­rios­ity seek­ers. In­spired by the 13-cen­tury stone labyrinth at Chartres Cathe­dral in France and de­signed to re­sem­ble an ur­ban me­dieval park, Trinity Square’s “walk­ing med­i­ta­tion” of­fers a dif­fer­ent kind of peo­ple­watch­ing – a glimpse in­side the minds of those on a spir­i­tual path to heal­ing or just look­ing to es­cape into their thoughts from the buzz of the city. Go any time of day and you’re bound to find ev­ery­one from Yorkville types in high fash­ion to punks in nose rings con­tem­plat­ing the twists and turns of life in the dozens of hair­pins that make up the maze.

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