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  • Steve Beville

    STONEHENGE, ENGLAND UNITED KINGDOM. :||: This is one of the most wonderful places I've ever traveled to.

  • Cindy Neo

    Stonehenge, United Kingdom Located in Wiltshire, England, the Stonehenge is the remains of a ring of standing stones and archaeologists believe that it could have been a burial ground. #stonehenge #england #uk #unitedkingdom #prehistoric #monument #green #white

  • Richmond Savers

    Stonehenge, England, United Kingdom travel bucket list #travel #bucketlist

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