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What Is the Prehistoric Monument on Salisbury Plainwiltshireengland?

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Pre-historic monument on Salisbury Plain, southern England, consisting of two concentric circles of large standing stones. Stonehenge built of megaliths, constructed of large stones used to build different structures during the prehistoric period (Archaeology)megalithic large standing stone, large stone used in prehistoric construction. (Archaeology)megalith area between concentric circles, ring; ring-like object, ring-shaped partannuluslong upright stone placed as a monument in ancient times, single standing stonemenhirdescribing vision, formed of large unhewn stones fitted closely together without the use of mortar or cement (Architecture), like the Cyclops, made of big stones.
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The prehistoric monument on Salisbury Plainwiltshireengland is the Stonehenge monument which was built during the period from 3000 to 2935 BCE. It was named after John Aubrey, who identified them in 1666. The Stonehenge monument is now a UNESCO world heritage site.
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Stonehenge is in England in the county of Wiltshire and some few kilometres from north of Salisbury. Stonehenge is the oldest prehistoric monument in England and ...
Stonehenge is a prehistoric monument located in the English county of Wiltshire, which is about 3.2 kilometres west of Amesbury and 13 kilometres north of Salisbury ...
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