Stonehenge is Britain's best known ancient site. As such it deserves its own category.
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Stonehenge information, pictures, legends, and lore including theories on construction, purposes, and age for both students and tourists. Includes photographs.
Bradshaw Foundation: Stonehenge
An illustrated overview of this megalithic monument and its topographical and prehistoric context.
English Heritage: Stonehenge
Official visitor and conservation information. Includes a history with reconstructions, opening times and the site management plan.
New - Age UK
Features photos of the Stonehenge Summer Solstice, Glastonbury Festival 2004, Avebury, and Stonehenge Tunnel news. Sign the guestbook or submit a contact form.
Of Stonehenge Pyramids and Man
Gordon Pipes presents a theory on the movement of heavy stones. How the ancient Britons could have transported the sarsen stones to Stonehenge without dragging them along.
Photographs of the monument by visitor Ron Spohn, part of Cyberranch.
Dr. Christopher L C E Witcombe provides an illustrated account of the different phases in the construction of this complex.
Stonehenge Under Threat
The plan to build a new road through the Stonehenge World Heritage Site, and the Stonehenge Master Plan. Includes newspaper cuttings, briefings, parliamentary debates, and a large collection of links.
Stonehenge, Avebury and Associated Sites
Description and statement of significance for denoting these stone circles as a UNESCO World Heritage site.
A guide to the history of Stonehenge, with information for visitors and many photographs, including the Summer Solstice Celebrations.
Lasers Reveal Invisible Stonehenge Carvings
From New Scientist, laser scanning has revealed ancient carvings on the pillars of Stonehenge that are invisible to the naked eye. (October 03, 2003)
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