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Is a Proposed Tunnel Under Stonehenge a Threat to Humanity's History?

If you've ever visited Stonehenge, or even if you haven't, than you know that the site of its ancient ring of monolithic pillars standing tall like a beacon to the Sun against the dramatic English countryside is one of the most iconic surviving relics of the ancient world. The mysterious stones-which some experts have argued may have been used by druids while others say their circular arrangement form an early and accurate seasonal calendar-are among the world's most visited historic sites

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