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Free online interactive 3D models of the henge present and past including a reconstruction of how the stones were knocked over here: http://www.stonehengeobservatory.com

Comment on Stonehenge posted 2008-08-12 by Dean Talboys from Spain


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Interesting site, great panorama, many useful comments. As a few authors have already introduced their books here I guess I?m not out of place in presenting ?Solving Stonehenge? published by Thames and Hudson, too much to explain here but see http://www.solvingstonehenge.co.uk or alternatively http://sarsen56.wordpress.com/ You will have chance to solve some of the enduring mysteries of the period, and compare your ideas with those in the book. It will add a new dimension when you visit Stonehenge

Comment on Stonehenge posted 2008-03-28 by Anthony Johnson from Oxford UK


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stonehenge symbolizes mystery, wonderment and is probably one of the most engrained images that comes to ones mind when thinking of the u.k.

Comment on Stonehenge posted 2007-02-23 by Mickeba Sage from bellflower, ca


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It is one of the most famous sights of England abroad.

Comment on Stonehenge posted 2007-01-26 by Inge Steger from Aschau/Germany


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When visitors from all over the world come to England, most want to visit or see Stonehenge in Wiltshire. Everyone has heard of it. Many have seen it,and it evokes many a question as to why it was built, when,and its purpose. To me it is one of Englands greatest icons.

Comment on Stonehenge posted 2006-11-19 by Colin Bennett from Salisbury


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Stonehenge is an important and much visited/loved attraction on Salisbury Plain. It is a place that is known across the world by many people. Put up an image of Stonehenge and show it to millions and many will know what and where (country-wise anyway) it is.

Comment on Stonehenge posted 2006-11-13 by Steve Gorvel from Salisbury Plain


sweet

it means that britan has many more mystery left to solve in the time remainding before the earth blows up

Comment on Stonehenge posted 2006-11-08 by jack from england


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Because it contsitutes the seed from which the cutlute of Britain stems.

Comment on Stonehenge posted 2006-10-12 by P J Maddox from London


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It is a national heritage symbol of England. When people think of Stonehenge they think England. There is only one and they go together!

Comment on Stonehenge posted 2006-09-11 by Cam from Alaska, USA


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It's already a UNESCO world heritage site and is unique

Comment on Stonehenge posted 2006-08-13 by barrie.wilson from Brussels


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