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Stonehenge in Lithuania
Lithuania

Shrine: The pagan shrine has been re-created in the forest of HBH. This is the place of the specific aura, the influence of which you can feel if you sit still for 10–15 minutes. The mighty stones, which are surrounded by the forest, tell about the majesty of the bygone days. In that place, the holy Samogotian fire flames every time when the show or the feast happen.(С)

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Tags: stonehenge; shrine; coins; stones; стоунхендж; святилище; монеты; камни
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