Julian's Bower or Julian Bower is a name which was given to turf mazes in several different parts of England. Only one of this name still exists, at Alkborough in North Lincolnshire. It has also been known by corrupted forms of the name, such as "Gillian's Bore" and "Gilling Bore".
About Gillian Bower
Specializing in DIY content, she is a YouTube content creator who also publishes life hack, haul, and decor videos for her 2.4 million subscribers.
She initially created her YouTube channel in January of 2014 with the username thinkkbeautyy. Her first video is titled "Cute Hairstyles for a Baseball Cap."
In 2016, some of her most watched videos became "10 Fun Things To Do When You're Bored!," "15 Life Hacks You Need to Know!," and "DIY Glitter Sleep Balm EOS! Sleep Easy with NO Drugs!"
In April of 2017 she wished her labrador retriever a happy birthday on Instagram, calling him her best friend.
She once posted a makeup tutorial inspired by Lucy Hale's Pretty Little Liars character Aria Montgomery.
Information related to Julian's Bower
- Turf maze - Historically, a turf maze is a labyrinth made by cutting a convoluted path into a level area of short grass, turf or lawn. Some had names such as Mizmaze, Troy Town, The Walls of Troy, Julian's Bower, or Shepherd's Race.
- Caerdroia - Caerdroia: the Welsh name for ancient Troy; because of the similarity between Welsh troeau and the second element Troea, the name was later popularly interpreted as meaning "Fortress of Turns". In medieval times a Caerdroia was a turf labyrinth usually in the sevenfold Cretan Labyrinth design.
- Labyrinth - In Greek mythology, the labyrinth was an elaborate structure designed and built by the legendary artificer Daedalus for King Minos of Crete at Knossos. Its function was to hold the Minotaur eventually killed by the hero Theseus.
- English folklore