Stonehenge is a prehistoric monument in Wiltshire, England, 2 miles (3 km) west
of Amesbury .... There is evidence of large-scale construction on and around the
monument that perhaps extends the lan...
Oct 3, 2014 ... The biggest of Stonehenge's stones, known as sarsens, are up to 30 feet (9
meters) tall and weigh 25 tons (22.6 metric tons) on average.
Sep 11, 2014 ... Stonehenge has a long relationship with astronomers, the report explains. In
1720, Dr Halley used magnetic deviation and the position of the ...
Get facts, photos, and travel tips for Stonehenge, a World Heritage site in
England, from ... Photo: Parliament, Big Ben, and the London Eye along the
Between 3100 and 2800 BC the Great Cursus 300 yards from Stonehenge had
been constructed - nearly one and a half miles long and 150 yards wide, on an ...
The Greater, or Stonehenge, Cursus, a huge rectangular earthwork enclosure 1.7
miles long, seen from the air in 2000. The earliest structures known in the ...
Stonehenge, in many peoples' minds, is the most mysterious place in the world.
.... Pearson also points out that a site as big as Stonehenge would have required
Stonehenge was constructed in three phases. It has been estimated that the
three phases of the construction required more than thirty million hours of labour.
The first Stonehenge was a large earthwork or Henge, comprising a ditch, bank,
and the Aubrey holes, all probably built around 3100 BC. The Aubrey holes are ...
Read fascinating facts and figures on the various sizes of stone used in the
construction of Stonehenge, from the bluestones to the Great Trilithons.