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Contest #130

March 19th, 2010 Posted by | Uncategorized | 22 comments

22 Responses to “Contest #130”

  1. Antarctica! What do I win?

  2. “The ancient site at Avebury in the English county of Wiltshire is recognised as the largest surviving megalithic complex in the world.”

  3. Avebury, Marlborough, UK
    Lat: 51°25’36.37″N
    Lon: 1°51’11.58″W

  4. The stone ring of Avebury, England.

    The surrounding area has a lot of interesting landmarks, too, including Silbury Hill and some interesting crop-circle-looking designs.

  5. Avebury, England.

    It looked British or Irish, judging by the castle-ish looking structures, the stone fences, windy roads, open fields, and the circular mound (maybe a barrow). Found it by searching for “barrow near england” in google maps.

  6. Avebury Henge and Village, Wiltshire, England

  7. Avebury henge, Wiltshire, England

  8. Avebury, England – a henge.

  9. England

  10. it’s the LHC.

  11. Avebury

  12. In the U.K.

  13. castrop-rauxel

  14. Avebury, Marlborough, UK

  15. Avebury!

  16. Avebury, England. Not as famous as Stonehenge, but more accessible to the common folk.

  17. This is Avebury Henge in Wiltshire, a “cove” of neolithic stones associated with the vernal equinox

  18. Avebury, UK

  19. Avebury, UK

  20. Avebury (Henge), England

    The largest known stone ring in the world.

  21. This is definitely Avebury,UK 🙂

  22. Avebury Henge, Avebury UK.

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