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Exactly Where To Locate Other Stonehenge Monuments Furthermore Other Stonehenge Tips


 

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julio18weedWhere To Find Other Stonehenge Monuments Furthermore Other Stonehenge Guide

There are other Standing Stones and Henge Monuments besides Stonehenge you know. They are dotted all over the south of England. You can even discover them north into Scotland and Northern Eire. Were they burial grounds, or astronomical instruments, or sacred areas to the Neolithic cultures that built them?

We have listened to all sorts of theories regarding their origin, but we don’t think you have to get as well caught up within the theories to appreciate going to them. Stonehenge is the most famous of the stone circles. One interesting little fact is the fact that it is not, nevertheless, a henge. Let’s get the boring specialized stuff more than with… Henges are, strictly speaking, circular or oval spaces which are defined by a financial institution with an inner ditch… so the grime financial institution probably came in the internal ditch… right?

The word “henge” came from an ancient title for Stonehenge which intended some thing like hanging stones. Quickly all the circles they found had been dubbed henges…. then archeologists discovered that Stonehenge doesn’t have the classic bank and ditch of what’s now thought to be a henge monument… So it is Stonehenge… an excellent example of a stone circle… but not a henge.

You really do not have to know all of that… in the event you like searching for and discovering historical monuments, there are lots of henges, standing stones, and stone circles to visit in the Uk and past. Get a great map that marks out locations of archeological interest, and meander out in to the nation side. Some are remote, however you will discover adorable small villages with few vacationers, and also you may find that this is a great hook for journey.

There are several henge monuments as well as other neolithic sites in the Stonehenge theories and myths Landscape that is also called the Stonehenge Globe Heritage Website…. Durrington Walls, Woodhenge, and Avebury. There are a number of burial mounds such as the West Kennet Long Barrow. And there is Silbury Hill… a large man made hill of unknown objective.

We adore Stonehenge, but our favorite stone circle is Avebury… which is, by the way, a henge. It’s about twenty miles (32 km) north of Stonehenge. You walk one of the stones, sensation extremely special. The traditional stones wrap around a little village. The Crimson Lion Pub really sits within the circle… stop and have a pint.

A little additional north find the King Stone and also the Rollright Stones.

Past this rich landscape in Wiltshire, England, you can find a number of henge monuments within the Cumbria Lake District. Search for Castlerigg Stone Circle, Mayburgh, Long Meg and Her Daughters, and Swinside which some have called the finest stone circle in England.

Scotland has numerous websites… standing stones, stone rows, stone circles, cairns and hillforts.

Cornwall is another wealthy region for neolithic standing stones and henges. Park and walk to the site known as Men an Tol… a three stone alignment; the center stone is a ring large enough to crawl via…. All kinds of legends associated with that one! Wales also has many burial chambers and standing stones.

If you truly enter into this, you can go searching for neolithic stone monuments in Eire and Italy. And France has some incredible “alignments” and standing stones deserving a visit.

Wet your appetite for henge monuments with Stonehenge tours and facts and Avebury, you may find that searching for all those historical stones will get you traveling to places you would not see otherwise. 12 months ago


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