Travel — UK
London and Area Attractions
— Stonehenge & Bluehenge
— Durrington Walls
— Calanais Stones
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Stonehenge is located in Wiltshire — approximately 90 miles
west of London. One of the world's most famous and awe-inspiring ancient sites, Stonehenge still remains one of
the great mysteries of the world. However, Stonehenge is not the only ancient site in the area. Others include:
A "second prehistoric stone circle" was secretly unearthed by archeologists
in the Summer of 2009. Dubbed "Bluehenge," it is considered
prehistoric finds in decades.
— Avebury stands on the Marlborough Downs and is located about 25 miles north of
Like Stonehenge, it is also one of the most famous groups
of megaliths in the world...
and most definitely worth a visit. Free access to the circle.
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Durrington Walls —
The Largest Neolithic Village
Ever Found in Britain
In January 2007, an exciting archeological discovery took place
at Durrington Walls, located north of Woodhenge, about two miles
uncovered remains of what archeologists believe is
ancient village of
The 4,600-year-old ruins appear
to form the largest Neolithic village ever found in Britain.
The houses at Durrington Walls date back to 2600 B.C. — making
it approximately the same age as the earliest Stonehenge formation.
Recently, researchers theorized that the village
by the Durrington Walls (where archaeologists excavated several homes)
was built to accommodate the living, while Stonehenge was built to
honor the dead.
Inside the excavated houses at Durrington
Walls, archaeologists found
flint tools, part of a dress pin, swept-away debris, imprints
of beds and a dresser, and the remains of an oval-shaped hearth.
Outer Hebrides, Scotland
OK... so this isn't near Stonehenge, but it bears mentioning nontheless.
The 47 standing Stones of Calanais (or Callanish) are located on the island of
Lewis, the northernmost
of the Outer Hebrides in Scotland.
The massive upright megaliths are more than 5,000
years old. Calanais Stones stand 15 feet high and predate Stonehenge.
Scientists believe that the inner circle of 13 stones is aligned
with the planets and stars.
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