Ginkgo Labyrinth is to thrive surrounded by lakes and forests in a breath-taking location near Belaya Tserkov’ (White Church) village. The village was named after the church built by Lew Sapieha in 1650 that is a landmark architectural and historic monument in Belarus.
The Labyrinth location stands out for its extraordinary beauty and pristine nature. Beyond being extremely picturesque it is also protected from winds, wild animals and passers-by. The local micro-climate is favourable for newly germinated Ginkgo seedlings. The church ruins are in close vicinity to our place where we planted a unique relict mini-forest in the shape of a labyrinth. Dear friends, we are looking forward to your help to continuously take due care of this living local natural landmark, to conserve and protect it.