Woodhenge concrete markers. These markers show where the wooden pillars of this Neolithic structure would have stood. Woodhenge was a Class II henge and timber circle monument consisting of around 168 holes for wooden pillars in six concentric oval rings. Carbon dating of artefacts show that this site was in use around 1800 BC. This site and others are part of the Stonehenge UNESCO World Heritage Site. Photographed in September near Amesbury, Wiltshire, UK.
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