The mysteries of Stonehenge remain a secret, but a visit to this wonder will prove intriguing and fascinating.
You may have heard of the famed Stonehenge, whether or not you know where it is located or the theories behind the reason for its existence. It is one of the most well known historical sites dating back thousands of years, and you have the opportunity to visit it. This article will give you a brief synopsis of its history and relevance, and tell you how you can see this ancient site for yourself.
LOCATION, HISTORY & RELEVANCE
Stonehenge is located near Salisbury in the beautiful Wilshire countryside in the U.K. It is a prehistoric monument consisting of the remains of a ring of standing dolerite stones set within the earth, and sits in the middle of the most dense complex of Neolithic and Bronze Age monuments in England, including several burial mounds. Archaeologists believe it was built anywhere from 3,000 to 2,000 B.C. while the surrounding circular earth bank and ditch which constitute the earliest phase of the monument has been dated back to about 3,100 B.C.