In Stonehenge ,the setting of large standing stones is
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In which year, the Stonehenge was added to the UNESCO's list of World Heritage Sites ?
The surrounding land of Stonehenge is owned by
No one owns it
It is a conservation organisation in England, Wales and Northern Ireland.
The word ‘stonehenge’ is derived from how many words ?
The word ‘stonehenge’ is derived from two words: stone and henge.
How many varieties of stone were used for Stonehenge's construction ?
They were bluestones weighed nearly four tons and Sarsen stones which weighed nearly 25 tons
The stones that now remain in Stonhenge are
it is built in the third and second centuries B.C.
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.
Double circle of bluestones constructed in which phase of Stonehenge ?
Around which year, third phase ( Stonehenge III )of construction starts ?
Who does the first known systematic inspection of the Stonehenge ?
Dr. William Stuckly