How Was Stonehenge Built?

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The Stonehenge is one of the UNESCO heritage sites in England. It was built using the most primitive tools available at the time. The stones on the top were raised on timber platforms and then slid into their original place.
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Started: 2750BC
Completed: 1500BC
Stonehenge was built using very primitive, yet accurate, tools over a period that spanned 5 centuries. Three different groups of people worked on what started out as a simple design and ended up being the structure we know today. You can find more information here: http://www.fortunecity.com/roswell/blavatsky/123/stonehbuilt.html
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