Roman-era remains other ancient ruins
This 5,000-year-old circle of standing stones is one of the world's ancient wonders, a monument to the mysteries of antiquity and among the most famous sights in Europe
You can actually enter the stone circle before and after hours—if you book ahead
An ancient stone circle curled around a medieval hamlet
A 5,600-year-old Neolithic passage tomb near Avebury
Before Salisbury there was Sarum: Iron Age fort, Roman settlement, and mighty medieval city—all abandoned in the 13C
The tallest prehistoric mound in Europe
An ancient roadway flanked by standing stones
The original White Horse, a stylized Bronze Age figure carved into an Oxfordshire hillside
The top prehistoric and ancient sites in the U.K.
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