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Knowlton Henge, Dorset, was constructed c. 2,500 BCE, consisting of a ring bank with two entrances and an internal ditch. Knowlton Henge, aka Church Henge, was only a single part of a larger 'sacred' prehistoric landscape, which was re-used for thousands of years, ending with the construction of the Norman church in the middle of the central henge in the 12th century CE. Great Photo!       > knowlton henge | Knowlton Henge | Adam Stanford Photography

Knowlton Henge, Dorset, was constructed c. 2,500 BCE, consisting of a ring bank with two entrances and an internal ditch. Knowlton Henge, aka Church Henge, was only a single part of a larger 'sacred' prehistoric landscape, which was re-used for thousands of years, ending with the construction of the Norman church in the middle of the central henge in the 12th century CE. Great Photo! > knowlton henge | Knowlton Henge | Adam Stanford Photography

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The Anchor Inn, Seatown, Dorset. My favourite pub in the whole world!

The Anchor Inn, Seatown, Dorset. My favourite pub in the whole world!

Bath - England - Circus and Crescent*  Drove this on the "wrong" side of the road.  Yikes!

Bath - England - Circus and Crescent* Drove this on the "wrong" side of the road. Yikes!

Mt. Fuji, Japan

Mt. Fuji, Japan

Orkney standing stones #orkney # scotland #sunset

Orkney standing stones #orkney # scotland #sunset

Avebury Henge in Wiltshire. The fascinating image of the henge below  is a recreation looking from the south  made by Alan Sorrell in 1958.....It also helps to convey just what an amazing sight it must have been when all the stones were in place.

Avebury Henge in Wiltshire. The fascinating image of the henge below is a recreation looking from the south made by Alan Sorrell in 1958.....It also helps to convey just what an amazing sight it must have been when all the stones were in place.

Uragh stone circle on a hilltop overlooking Uragh Lough. A Neolithic five stone circle with a huge 3.5m monolith in the ancient forest of Gleninchiquin. Tuosist, County Kerry, IRELAND.

Uragh stone circle on a hilltop overlooking Uragh Lough. A Neolithic five stone circle with a huge 3.5m monolith in the ancient forest of Gleninchiquin. Tuosist, County Kerry, IRELAND.

Bronze age Standing Stones, Pembrokeshire, Wales

Bronze age Standing Stones, Pembrokeshire, Wales

One of the best known megalithic structures in Britain, ‘Men-An-Tol’ means ‘holed stone’ and looks like the figures ‘101’ from a certain angle. Its true purpose remains a mystery | St Ives, Cornwall

One of the best known megalithic structures in Britain, ‘Men-An-Tol’ means ‘holed stone’ and looks like the figures ‘101’ from a certain angle. Its true purpose remains a mystery | St Ives, Cornwall

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