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Stonehenge on a busy summers day
England

Stonehenge, the iconic prehistoric monument on the edge of Salisbury plain, Wiltshire. The stones have been here for over 3500years and many of them were transported over 160 miles from the Preseli Hills in South West Wales.

Here you can see my cousin, supposedly helping but managing to get in the shot twice (but still didn't beat the random guy in there 3 times!)

Copyright: Matt wellard
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Resolution: 6000x3000
Uploaded: 01/12/2009
Updated: 16/08/2013
Zobrazení: 1978
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