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What are the best winter day trips from London? This is one of the most common questions people ask me, so today I bring you the 5 best.
See photos of Britain and Ireland (including London, Scottish Highlands, the Welsh coast, Stonehenge, Giants Causeway, and more) in this travel photo gallery from National Geographic.
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Today Stonehenge is England's most important monument, but 100 years ago it was up for sale. The man who bought it helped seal its fate.Standing on
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Archaeologists say that Amesbury where Stonehenge is located might date back to 8820 BC, making the town the longest continuously occupied settlement in Britain.
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Eight years ago, in September of 2003, I went on a very special tour of Stonehenge, where we were able to go into the middle of this ancient monument at sunset. It was a magical experience, heightened in no small part by a spectacular setting sun piercing through the cloud cover right above the standing stones, giving the whole scene a mystical aura. I tried to capture the magic of that moment with my camera. But back then I knew little about photography and only had a Canon G3…
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Milky Way and the Summer Triangle over Stonehenge. In the early evening the photographer w...
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Planning a visit to Stonehenge in England? Stonehenge is a UNESCO World Heritage Site about 2 hours from London. In this guide, I tell you what to expect on a visit to Stonehenge and give you tips for visiting. I also give you tips on tickets and tours for Stonehenge, includng special access tours. Read on for everything to know about visiting Stonehenge.
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Stonehenge, prehistoric stone circle monument, cemetery, and archaeological site located on Salisbury Plain, about 8 miles (13 km) north of Salisbury, Wiltshire, England. It was built in six stages between 3000 and 1520 BCE, during the transition from the Neolithic Period to the Bronze Age.
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