Stonehenge View With Lightning in Wiltshire, England
Photo by: wanderlustphoto, Creative Commons

Stonehenge is a prehistoric and a mystical monument that is located in the county of Wiltshire, England, about 3.2 km west of Amesbury. The Stonehenge structure is a formation of stones in a circular fashion that are standing upright. The construction of this monument started more than 5000 years ago and many tourists and visitors are amazed that they are still standing in place after such a long time.

Scholars have different theories about Stonehenge. Some say that the stones were initially erect; it was only after 2400 BC that they changed positions. Others say that the blue stones could have been the ones that were erected. Others believe the structure was built as a place of worship because all the stones are placed perfectly with the sunrise.

The site of Stonehenge is also another addition to the UNESCO and it has been a part of the World Heritage Sites since 1986. It is also protected by the Scheduled Ancient Monument and managed by English Heritage. The land on which Stonehenge is located is held by the National Trust.

Recent evidence has shown that Stonehenge has served as a burial ground from its beginning. Research shows that there are people buried there dating all the way back to 3000 BC. The huge stone formation and its mysterious past are a couple reasons why nearly 8,000,000 people visit this landmark every year.

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14 responses to “Stonehenge”

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  2. NITHYA says:

    This stones are good but doesn’t impress me that much.

  3. Neil DeJour says:

    Stonehenge really is quite a amazing place to visit, you need special permission to visit the prehistoric monument up close, but a tour of the site is available to all.

  4. scott says:

    This is a beautiful site 😀 gf i win (:

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  9. Leaderwho says:

    The Stonehenge is very amazing keeper which was keeping the Pandorica inside, which was a prison ship for the Doctor (Doctor Who)

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  11. lawrence says:

    You should see the Lion Rock in Sigiriya Sri Lanka. The garden is designed similar to that in the French Palace

    Sri Lanka: Sigiriya picture 15

  12. masoud says:

    stonehenge in england?
    ok.relly beauty.

  13. Dphf Blog says:

    My favourite one is probably the one with the lightning. Thanks for sharing these.

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