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Ancient Standing Stones

Avebury Megalithic site- England, c. 2600-2100 BCE

The largest stone circle, or kolo for South Slavs that means circle or to dance, in England. According to experts in the field, the ancient peoples took an estimated 1.5 million hours to construct the henge of unworked stones. The unworked stones are artwork so powerful as to last thousand of years. Note the feminine shape of the standing stone.


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