Stonehenge is a building that was built in the time of the Bronze and Neolithic. He is located adjacent to Amesbury in Wiltshire, England, about 13 kilometers (8 stone) northwest of Salisbury. Stonehenge includes land surrounding the pond building a large stone standing upright in the sphere, known as megaliths. There is controversy regarding the actual age of the stone circle, but most archaeologists estimate that most of the building of Stonehenge made ​​between 2500 BC to 2000 BC. Roundabout pond soil and trench forming phase of the Stonehenge monument Development earlier from the time around 3100 BC.

At the beginning of the 20th century, most of the stones were no longer standing. This is probably due to the many tourists who climb the Stonehenge at about the 19th century because of their great curiosity. Since then, there have been three stages of renovation to restore the stone tilted or upside down, and to restore the stones into place carefully. Indirectly, this means no longer form the original Stonehenge as originally stated in the promotion of tourism. Conversely, as the other historical relics, the stages of renovation has been done.
Stonehenge is the name given to the memorial, known as a henge consisting of confinement or a circle with a trench in the embankment. As often happens in archaeological terms this is a term legacy of the rulers of ancient Stonehenge and should not be classified as a henge in fact, caused his pond is at the side of the trench. Although the same age as the time henges Neolithikum resembling Stonehenge, Stonehenge may have a relationship with another stone circle located in the British Isle as Ring of Brodgar but trilitonnya size makes it unique as an example.

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