What Type of Rock Is Stonehenge Made of?

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Stonehenge was constructed and added to for over 1,000 years and consists of many types of rocks.

However, the two primary stones that still remain are bluestone and sarsen sandstone. The larger upright stones are made of sarsen, and the smaller stones are bluestone (combinations of dolerite).
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Stonehenge is made from a variety of rock: Late Cretaceous (Santonian Age) Seaford Chalk, bluestones (some of which are made of dolerite, an igneous rock), tertiary sandstone, and Oligocene-Miocene sarsen stones.
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