Stonehenge is a megalithic monument that dates back to the Neolithic and Bronze age. Today it is one of the most famous symbols of Great Britain, located in the English county of Wiltshire, 3 km west of Amesbury and about 13 km northwest of Salisbury. Stonehenge is formed from the giant stone blocks set in the circle. Why? Well, that is still a great mystery, because scientists are not sure what the Stonehenge served for and who actually built it, although there are a couple of stories and legends that suggest it. To preserve it from destruction, Stonehenge is on the UNESCO Heritage list since 1986.
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