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Stonehenge

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A collection of stones dragged 5,000 years ago to this lonely windy plain near Salisbury. Who built it and why? These questions have haunted the minds of scholars for centuries. The great and ancient stone circle of Stonehenge is a World Heritage Site.

The most convenient way to visit Stonehenge is as part of an organized coach tour as it's not that near a train or bus station. Tour companies usually combine a visit to Stonehenge with Bath as it's relatively close (45 minutes drive).

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