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In Stonehenge ,the setting of large standing stones is

Triangular
Circular
Rectangular
No Shape

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In which year, the Stonehenge was added to the UNESCO's list of World Heritage Sites ?

1976
1980
1983
1986

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The surrounding land of Stonehenge is owned by

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The Crown
The President
National Trust
No one owns it

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It  is a conservation organisation in England, Wales and Northern Ireland.

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The word ‘stonehenge’ is derived from how many words ?

1
2
3
4

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The word ‘stonehenge’ is derived from two words: stone and henge.

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How many varieties of stone were used for Stonehenge's construction ?

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1
2
3
4

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They were bluestones weighed nearly four tons and Sarsen stones which weighed nearly 25 tons

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The stones that now remain in Stonhenge are

Stonehenge I
Stonehenge I
Stonehenge III
Stonehenge IV

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it is built in the third and second centuries B.C.

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Which is true about Stonehenge III ?

The entranceway to the semicircle of bluestones is aligned with the midsummer sunrise
The builders constructed a circle of upright sarsen stones
Semicircle of granite stones known as bluestones was assembled
Digging a circular ditch using deer antlers as picks.

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Double circle of bluestones constructed in which phase of Stonehenge ?

Stonehenge I
Stonehenge II
Stonehenge III
Stonehenge IV

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Around which year, third phase ( Stonehenge III )of construction starts ?

1950 BC
1900 BC
1750 BC
1650 BC

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Who does the first known systematic inspection of the Stonehenge ?

John Aubrey
Dr. William Stuckly
Kriss Dicky
Varioul Kapler

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