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King Arthur Pendragon loses Stonehenge 'pay to pray' court challenge

king arthur pendragon loses stonehenge 'pay to pray' court challenge
King Arthur Pendragon argued a parking fee of £15 for the summer solstice breached his human rights.
BBC News Also reported by •BBC Local News

Salisbury author publishes new book on Stonehenge

Colin Parker has spent thousands of hours at the site recording the movement of the sun
Blackmore Vale

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News video: Top 10 Incredible Ancient Ruins

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The remnants of ancient civilizations forgotten by history, these ruins stand today as incredible reminders of the marvels created by ancient peoples. WatchMojo presents the Top 10 Most Amazing Ancient..
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News video: Mysterious Georgia Monument Known as America’s Stonehenge

Mysterious Georgia Monument Known as America’s Stonehenge 01:22

No one knows who built this mysterious monument built to withstand Doomsday.
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News video: A New App Allows Users To Hear Prehistoric Stonehenge

A New App Allows Users To Hear Prehistoric Stonehenge 01:02

You've been able to see Stonehenge for 5,000 years, now with SoundGate you can hear it.
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News video: Virtual tour reveals lost sounds of Stonehenge

Virtual tour reveals lost sounds of Stonehenge 01:55

Researchers design an virtual acoustic tour of Stonehenge as it would have sounded thousands of years ago with all the stones in their original place. Matthew Stock reports.
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Tunnels where Tommies secretly trained for the the Somme 

tunnels where tommies secretly trained for the the somme 
Robert Hardman visits the network of tunnels near Stonehenge that give an insight into the deadly game of cat and mouse British soldiers in WWI fought against the Germans in trenches.

App recreates the original Stonehenge experience

app recreates the original stonehenge experience
Digital reconstructions show that the monument, found in the south-west English county of Wiltshire, once had unique sound properties that suited loud, rhythmic music.

Researchers give voice to historic sounds of Stonehenge

STONEHENGE (Reuters) - If you listen carefully - and with the right app - you can still hear the prehistoric acoustics that swirled around Britain's ancient monument Stonehenge over the last 5,000..

From Snowdonia to Westminster Bridge: The UK's 10 prettiest views

from snowdonia to westminster bridge: the uk's 10 prettiest views
It's official: the view from the summit of Snowdon is the UK's prettiest sight. So you'll need to head up the highest peak in Wales to get a glimpse for yourself. The view, voted as the nation's..
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St Ives Bay view in Cornwall voted one of best in Britain

st ives bay view in cornwall voted one of best in britain
The view across the bay to St Ives has been named one of the best in Britain in a new nationwide poll. It was the only view from Cornwall to make the top 20 – coming in at number four. Top of the..
The Cornishman Also reported by •Cornish GuardianWest Briton

The 20 best views in Britain - but which Devon views would you...

the 20 best views in britain - but which devon views would you...
From Snowdonia to Stonehenge, a nationwide study has revealed the top 20 greatest British Views.Ancient and modern sights were celebrated as part of the study, which found the view of Llyn Llydaw from..
Western Morning News Also reported by •Exeter Express and EchoTiverton Mid Devon GazetteTorquay Herald Express

Stonehenge tunnel plan 'modern scar on ancient landscape'

stonehenge tunnel plan 'modern scar on ancient landscape'
BBC Local News: Wiltshire -- Farmer who owns land where tunnel would go says the scheme would leave her "heartbroken".
BBC Local News Also reported by •BBC News

Somerset MP promises to make 'local voices heard' over A303...

somerset mp promises to make 'local voices heard' over a303...
A Somerset MP will push for talks with highway officials after residents voiced their concerns over plans to dual the A303. David Warburton, MP for Somerton and Frome, hopes to talk with Highways..
Central Somerset Gazette Also reported by •Frome StandardWestern Daily PressSomerset GuardianCheddar Valley GazetteWestern Gazette

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