Labyrinth

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The Labyrinth is a palace built by Daedalus by order of King Minos of Crete to hold his son, the Minotaur, a bloodthirsty man with a bull head. The name became synonymous of a place where the exit is hard to find, either purposefully or not. His mother is Athena. This refers to Greek Mythology.