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Wiltshire, England, UK
Construction at the prehistoric monument known as Stonehenge began more than 5000 years ago in 3000 BCE. The site contains a ring of enormous, standing stones set within earthworks. While the builders and purpose of the site are still unknown, archaeologists estimate that erecting the monoliths required more than 30 million hours of labor with some stones weighing up to 50,000 pounds and others that were transported from 240 miles away. To zoom in on the structure, check out today’s Instagram here:
A reminder that Stonehenge has a parking lot next door .