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Stonehenge

Stonehenge Stonehenge is a prehistoric monument located in the English county of Wiltshire, about 3.2 kilometres (2.0 mi) west of Amesbury and 13 kilometres (8.1 mi) north of Salisbury. One of the most famous prehistoric sites in the world, Stonehenge is composed of earthworks surrounding a circular setting of large standing stones. Archaeologists had believed that the iconic stone monument was erected around 2500 BC, as described in the chronology below. However one recent theory has suggested that the first stones were not erected until 2400-2200 BC,[1] whilst another suggests that bluestones may have been erected at the site as early as 3000 BC (see phase 1 below). The surrounding circular earth bank and ditch, which constitute the

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Stonehenge - lühikokkuvõte inglise keeles

STONEHENGE Stonehenge is surely Britain's greatest national icon, symbolizing mystery, power and endurance. Its original purpose is unclear to us, but some have

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Stonehenge Anna Maria Rebane 11.B Facts about Stonehenge · 5000 year old prehistoric ritual monument · the most famous prehistoric monument in Europe · one of the most ancient and mysterious structures in the world · 3.2 kilometers west of Amesbury and 13 kilometers north of Salisbury · south-western England; in the English county of Wiltshire · built in the late Stone Age (Neolithic) and the Bronze Age The History of Stonehenge · "The Mystery of Stonehenge" · the building began in 3000 BC by semi-nomadic peoples · The first stone to be placed - Heel Stone. · some stones weigh about 45 tons each and are 7m high · the largest stone weights as much as 50 tons · no wheels and no metals · their tools - stones, bones and wood · built in several stages

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Stonehenge About Stonehenge History "Mystery of Stonehenge" Construction Location Stonehenge Tour Location South-England 90 miles west of London 3.2 kilometres west of Amesbury, 13 kilometers north of Salisbury. History Evolved between 3,050BC and 1,600BC Constructed in three main phases: 3050BC, circular ditch and bank 2600BC, wooden structure constructed at centre 2500-1500BC, monument constructed, arranged and re- arranged "Mystery of Stonehenge" Multiplicity of theories: Stonehenge was domain of the dead, Woodhenge was land of the living. Place of healing. Observatory, temple Used for astronomical views. Construction Three periods: Period I (c. 2950-2900 BC) - circular enclosure (56 Aubrey holes and 4 Station Stones inside it), outlined by two banks,

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1) INDIAN ROCK ART: A NATIONAL TREASURE IN DANGER Unrecognized, unprotected, this priceless legacy of primitive art has endured the ravages of nature only to fall victim to wanton destruction by ,,civilized" man. Like the huge stone statues of Easter Island and prehistoric cave paintings of Altamira and Lascaux, North American Indian rock art is surrounded by an atmosphere of mystery. Although examples of rock art exist at some 15000 sites in canyons, deserts, caves and river gorges. Nowadays, however, primitive rock art in the United States has become a new field of scientific study. Klaus F Wellmann wrote two books about rock art. He is a professor of medicine. Rock art represents the history of aboriginal Americans

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Sights in the UK Hardi anton Big Ben Location: London, Palace of Westminster. The tower was finished in 1858. Largest fourfaced chiming clock and the third highest clock tower in the world. Big Ben is a nickname, the clock towers official name is Elizabeth tower. The clock chimes every 15 minutes and can be heard for a radius up to 5 miles. Stonehenge Location: southern England. Built 2000BC to 3000BC. Archaeologists think it was an ancient place of burial. Stonehenge had about 1 million visitors in 2012. It was added to the UNESCO's list of world heritage in 1986. Giant's Causeway Location: Northern Ireland. It developed 50 to 60 million years ago due to intense volcanic activity. It's the fourth greatest natural wonder in the UK. Most of the rocks are hexagonal, but some have four, five, seven or eight corners. The tallest are 12 metres tall. Snowdonia national park Location: north Wales. The highest mountain is Snowdon which is 1085 metres tall.

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The City on London

Romans. The Roman Londinium grew up on the northern side of the "London Bridge" in the past. Products such as olive oil, wines and fruit were brought by ships from different parts of the Roman Empire and unloaded onto wooden quays along the river. In AD 61 the native Celtic Iceni tribe, led by Queen Boudicca, rose up against The Romans. They burnt Londinium to the ground but Roman armies eventually defeated Boudicca. The city was rebuilt and was gradually surrounded with a wall of stone and brick which lasted for many centuries. During the archeological excavations in 1954 the Roman Temple of Mithras was revealed. It was a pagan temple dedicated to the Persian Sun-god. The Temple was later reconstructed only a short way from its original site and the relics are displayed in the Museum of London in the Barbican. At the end of the fourth century AD the Roman Empire began to crumble and the Roman armies were recalled from Britain to defend Rome itself. Once they had

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Hadrian's Wall

Romans in Britain".[1] Sections of Hadrian's Wall remain near Greenhead and along the route, though other large sections have been dismantled over the years to use the stones for various nearby construction projects. Dimensions Hadrian's Wall was 80 Roman miles (73 and a half Modern miles or 117 kilometres) long, its width and height dependent on the construction materials which were available nearby: east of the river Irthing the wall was made from brick shaped stone and measured 10 Roman feet (9.7 ft or 3 m) wide and 5 to 6 metres (16­20 ft) tall; west of the river the wall was made from turf and measured 6 metres (20 ft) wide and 3.5 metres (11.5 ft) high. This doesent include the wall's ditches, berms, and forts. The central section measured 8 Roman feet wide (7.8 ft or 2.4 m) on a 10 foot base. Route Hadrian's Wall extendedtfrom the west from Wallsend on the River Tyne to the shore of the Solway Firth

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