At Finca Los Alamos the most remarkable labyrinth is being grown in homage of Jorge Luis Borges: seven thousand bushes of "buxus sempervirens" cover a surface of almost two hectares, forming a gigantic open book with winding paths that draw the name of the writer, his preferred symbols and the initials of María Kodama.  

Randoll Coate donated the design of this cultural garden that was planted thanks to the drive of Camilo Aldao Jr., the true maker of the largest labyrinth in America, together with María Kodama, Carlos Thays, Gabriel Mortarotti, Andrés Ridois and Mauricio Runno.