Stonehenge, England Originally constructed by the British Pagans who lived on the Island Nation before the Celtic Tribes during their long war with the Roman Empire who eventually took over England and destroyed the Celts and then executed the Druid Priests and Priestesses.
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At ground level, the ruins of Stonehenge appear somewhat random and chaotic, but a view from the air reveals the monument's circular order. The site started out modestly around 3100 B.C. as a wide ring of wood posts surrounded by a ditch and bank. The familiar enormous rock slabs, some brought from hundreds of miles away, were added to the interior over a period of about 1,500 years.
Stonehenge is a 3000 years old bewildered circle of horizontal stones and it is a very famous pre-historic site of the Great Britian.
Summer Solstice, June 20, 2012 Stonehenge~ Wiltshire, England
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Stars over Stonehenge near Amesbury, England • photo: LongExposures .co.uk on Flickr
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Stonehenge - we took a tour that let us go inside and touch the stones.