Stonehenge : is a ring of stones standing on Salisbury Plain.
Stonehenge consists of two circles, the outer one being sarsen
stone (sandstone) pillars, formerly supporting lintels (only six remain),
the inner one of blue stones. Inside the latter circle are two series of standing stones
each in the shape of a horseshoe. Again
the outer series is of sarsen stones, the inner of blue stones.
None of the horseshoes is complete, some of the stones have fallen
and others are missing altogether. For more information see: Stonehenge.
Below in Slideshow format are a number of photographs of Stonehenge, taken
in sequence around the monument.
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