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Stonehenge, Restoring a Sacred Landscape

Stonehenge, Restoring a Sacred Landscape An somewhat interactive summary of how Stonehenge was built and of the steps the British government is taking to ensure that this ancient landmark remains protected. A word of caution: the site is part of British newspaper The Guardian's site, and the page
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Stonehenge, Restoring a Sacred Landscape


An somewhat interactive summary of how Stonehenge was built and of the steps the British government is taking to ensure that this ancient landmark remains protected. A word of caution: the site is part of British newspaper The Guardian's site, and the page has many, many distracting links which can easily take students off task.

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