Hackpen white horse

Hackpen white horse

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Caption: Hackpen white horse. Aerial photograph of a hill carving of a white horse. It is thought that the horse on Hackpen Hill may have been cut in 1838 to commemorate the coronation of Queen Victoria. Photographed near Marlborough, Wiltshire, UK.

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Keywords: 1800s, 1838, 1990, 19th century, aerial photography, anthropological, anthropology, archaeological, archaeology, archeology, britain, british, broad hinton, calcerous, carving, chalk, chalk-cut, cognitive archaeology, commemorative, countryside, england, english, hackpen hill, hackpen white horse, heritage, hillfigure, hillside, historical, history, land use, marlborough downs, may, queen victoria, road, spring, tourist attraction, uk, united kingdom, wiltshire

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