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    Stonehenge

    by adinda Written Sep 10, 2002

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    Although there are too many tourists, it is a must see, as it's unbelievable what humans could do long before our time. Just stand in awe in front of the huge rocks and feel the place. Forget about all the people around you (OK, that's a bit hard) and let your mind wander to the time when this was built.

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    Complimentary Audio Tour

    by cleocat Written Oct 9, 2013

    As part of the entrance free you will receive the audio set which gives lots of info about the stone setting.It is worthwhile to take your time to listen to this while you are exploring the area.

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    Stonehenge

    by Anjin-san Updated Jun 20, 2008

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    Stonehenge is a prehistoric monument located in the English county of Wiltshire, about 3.2 kilometres (2.0 mi) west of Amesbury and 13 kilometres (8.1 mi) north of Salisbury.

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    Stonehenge

    by mary2u99 Updated Jul 12, 2006

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    Stonehenge is a megalithic monument on the Salisbury Plain about 85 miles southwest of London. It consist huge stones weighing between one and 45 tons arranged in circle and horseshoe patterns.

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    Have Your Picture Taken

    by stevezero Written Jul 6, 2006

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    Everyone else does - so join the rest of ther tourists. If you wait long enough you should gat a good photo without too many people in the background.

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    The plain beyond the stones

    by shrimp56 Updated Apr 25, 2006

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    Stonehenge & Salisbury Plain

    Don't just look at the stones -- take in the Salisbury Plain that surrounds it. Even though a road whizzes by [partially through an underpass] the scenery is amazingly bucolic.

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    Silent witnesses

    by yooperprof Written Aug 23, 2004
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    Sandstone and bluestone. . . arrangement in concentric circles, the outermost ring approximately 13 1/2 feet high, and orignally connected to one another by "lintels". An "altar stone" in the middle.

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    Just a few pieces of huge rock.... Thats all

    by hunterking Written May 1, 2004
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    it is a long ways.. from Bath city to stonehenge... stonehenge is located in the middle of field... look small in the real.. However, worth to go!~

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    The obligatory sheep-in-the-countryside photo

    by shrimp56 Updated Jun 19, 2003

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    These guys were grazing in a nearby field. Unfortunately they probably met their end during the foot and mouth difficulties.

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    The stones of Stonehenge

    by shrimp56 Written Jun 1, 2003

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    Walking slowly around the circle of stones provides a myriad of views, surprisingly unobstructed by other visitors.
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    We took an Evan Evans tour that included Bath.

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    Storyboards

    by Goner Updated May 12, 2003

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    Stonehenge Story

    As you enter the grounds there are storyboards that give you the history of the area back to the time that Stonehenge was erected.

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