"Stonehenge" London Off The Beaten Path Tip by mary2u99

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by mary2u99

Stonehenge is a megalithic monument on the Salisbury Plain in England, about 85 miles southwest of London. It consists of a ditch and bank surrounding huge stones -- many weighing between one and 45 tons -- arranged in circle and horseshoe patterns, along with a lane connecting it to the nearby River Avon. Construction began around 3,000 B.C. and continued until about 1,100 B.C.

I went there with some friends in December 2004. Although it was a clowdy day in London & all the way in the train ride from London to Salisbury. We were very lucky as when we reach the stone it was sunny.

How to get there -train:
From London the trains depart from Waterloo Station to Salisbury.

othercontact: http://www.stonehenge.co.uk/
Website: http://www.english-heritage.org.uk/server/show/nav.876

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  • Written Jun 29, 2005
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