Stonehenge

Stonehenge is a famous prehistoric architecture located in Wiltshire, Britain. The Stonehenge is a composite structure, formed by concentric circles of stones that are up to five meters high and weighing almost fifty tons. Stonehenge is formed by large blocks of metamorphic rocks distributed in four concentric circles. The exterior block is thirty meters in diameter, is formed by large rectangular stones. The whole complex is surrounded by a circular moat measuring 104 m in diameter. Within this space there is a terrace with 56 pits known as the "Aubrey holes".

The Stonehenge This is a megalithic sludge (a sphere made by arranging large rocks). More than 7 meters (23 ft) high rockers have been planted in the ground and a sphere has been made. Historians speculate that its creation was completed in the Stone Age and Bronze Age from 3000 BCE to 2000 BCE. There is a difference of opinion among the scholars about the purpose of the ancient structure of Stonehenge. But here starting from the pre 3000 BC, the symbols of human graves are found in which the oldest estates were of a deceased fire in 3000 BC.