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City : London
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The History and Mystery of Stonehenge

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Why was Stonehenge built? Who built it? Those are two of the many questions that lend an air of mystery to this arrangement of ancient rocks located on the Salisbury plain in England. Stonehenge is believed to have been built around 3000 BC. Of course, no one knows the exact date that began the first of several stages of construction. Stonehenge is a circular arrangement of huge stones some of which weigh approximately fifty tons. Some of the stones are partially beneath the ground and others are resting horizontally atop two standing stones. The incredible size of these rocks has begged the question. How did the stones get there? Not surprisingly, all of these questions have lead historians, archaeologists, and amateur history buffs to study Stonehenge in order to come up with answers. The following looks at some of the theories that have been put forth over the centuries regarding the creation of Stonehenge. Also, learn some facts about the area surrounding this monument.

One of the most famous theories about the monument is that it is an ancient calendar. In this theory, the arrangement of the stones relates to various occurrences throughout the year such as solstices and equinoxes. The people who built Stonehenge would?ve had sophisticated knowledge about how the seasons worked and the precision to set the stones accordingly. Another theory concerning the creation of Stonehenge is that it was a place where ancient people sought medical treatment. Archaeologists have found bones around Stonehenge which has led to the theory that people had surgery in that location and sometimes died there. A similar theory is that Stonehenge was used as a burial ground. Along with plausible theories, there are also questionable ones. For instance, because there is so much mystery surrounding Stonehenge some people believe that aliens from outer space constructed the monument in order for UFOs to land. The King Arthur legend is also connected with Stonehenge. Some believe that the king wanted to build a monument in England with huge stones found in Ireland. When the men working for the king couldn?t move these tremendous stones Merlin the wizard was asked to transport them from Ireland to England. Furthermore, it?s believed that Merlin created the arrangement as well. The considerable number of unanswered questions regarding Stonehenge has given way to many imaginative theories as to its beginnings.

The stones of Stonehenge are what most visitors travel to see, but there are other interesting sights in the area. For instance, there are hundreds of burial mounds around Stonehenge including some that date back to the Neolithic period. Excavations of the mounds around Stonehenge have also yielded some ancient artifacts such as daggers, pots, and other pieces of pottery. There are both communal burial spots and individual ones.

Heel Stone is one of the most famous rocks near Stonehenge. It is sixteen feet tall and faces the Stonehenge monument. During the summer solstice, a person who is standing within the arrangement of Stonehenge looking out at Heel Stone can see the sunrise above it. Heel Stone is sometimes called the, `Sun-Stone, or `Friar?s Heel.?

There are some physical facts that archeologists and scientists have learned about Stonehenge. For example, the stones of Stonehenge are made up of sarsen and bluestone. Scientists have also done experiments revealing the approximate weight of the stones. The various stones of Stonehenge range from four to 50 tons. In addition, some of the stones are eighteen feet tall with a certain amount of rock beneath the ground.

Today, hundreds of thousands of people travel to the plains of Salisbury in England making it a point to visit the site of Stonehenge. Many people are curious about this ancient monument and want to witness it for themselves. Though the unanswered questions are a nagging source of frustration to many historians and archaeologists, the mystery that surrounds Stonehenge is what keeps it a favorite attraction on the to-see lists of eager tourists from around the world.

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A Travellers Guide to London

Of all the major cities in the world, each has distinctive characteristics. Some are known for their beauty, some are known for their history and some are known for the availability of entertainment for its citizens. These cities include major metropolitan centers such as Tokyo, New York City, Berlin, Paris and Los Angeles. But, one of the few cities that can combine all of these characteristics is London, England.

  • History of London - Useful information on the past of London, England.
  • London History - Summary of the key events that have occurred in and around the City of London.
  • London History Online - Resourceful site with information on the history of London and other interesting topics.

London is actually comprised of several unique villages that together are the metropolitan area. However, each of the village neighborhoods has a different look and feel for people living and visiting. The villages range from historic areas to those with vibrant shopping and night life. With the variety of villages in the London area, it is safe to say that the city has something that will appeal to everyone.

London, England has developed a fine reputation for fine shopping, historic landmarks, a bustling entertainment area second in reputation only to Broadway and a diverse array of sporting events for the public. In addition, London is full of historic building and museums which will entertain all history buffs. London is also easily accessible through use of taxis, buses and the underground railway system which connects the entire city. It?s safe to say that London has something for everyone. That includes the venues that used in the 2012 London Summer Olympics.

Please take a moment to browse through the following brief information about some of the villages in London and learn more about this fabulous city.

Soho

  • Soho Information - Collection of information on what to do in the Soho region of London.
  • What to Do in Soho - Information on entertainment options in the London Soho village.
  • Sites and Attractions - Helpful information on various things to do and see in the London Soho area.

West End

  • London West End - Guide to the variety of shops, cultural spots and entertainment available in the West End of London.
  • West End and Theatre - Informative look at the role of the West End in the history of theatre in London.
  • West End Attractions - Useful information on several attractions that are located in the West End of the city.
  • West End History - Interesting take on the history of the West End of London.

Westminster/St James

  • Historic London - Information on many of the historic spots of London including Westminster Abbey, Buckingham Palace and Big Ben located in this village of London.
  • Things to Do - Useful information about activities to be done in the Westminster/St James village.
  • Westminster Travel Guide - Helpful guide to finding out what to do in Westminster in central London.
  • Royal Parks - Information about the history and architecture that can be found in St James? Park in London.

South Kensington

Wimbledon Village

  • Wimbledon Village - Useful page providing information on the attractions of London?s charming Wimbledon village.
  • Wimbledon Visitors Guide - Informative site providing visitors to the London Village with information on what to do and what to see.
  • Wimbledon Attractions - Helpful information on major attractions in the Wimbledon village area of London.
  • Wimbledon History - Information on the history and developments in the village of London.

Greenwich

  • Greenwich Information - Informative page with information on what to do in Greenwich Village including attractions such as the Millennium Dome.
  • Royal Museums Greenwich - Information on the Maritime Museums that are located in the Village of Greenwich.
  • History of Greenwich - Useful site with information on the history of Greenwich along with information on historic sites of interest in the village.

North London

Stratford London

  • Discover Stratford London - Information on the village which is host of the Summer Olympics in 2012 along with other important attractions.
  • Stratford London Area Guide - Useful website providing a look at the attractions and sites in the village of Stratford London.

Other London Information

  • London Attraction Guide - Fun and entertaining guide for some of the attractions in London for visitors.
  • London Attractions - Information on the top 10 attractions that are found in London, England.
  • London Olympics - Official site of the 2012 Summer Olympics in London with information on each of the venues in the city.

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Things To See In London

Suffice it to say, a few lines should be dropped about Trafalgar Square, the Britain?s greatest tourist attraction. The iconic square includes such sights as Nelson?s Column, National Gallery. Every December Norway donates a marvelous Christmas Tree as a ?Thank you? present to Britain for liberation them from Nazis. Try to get the cheapest Business Class seat to London during Christmas time to see this miracle.

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Luton

City : London
Country : United Kingdom
IATA : LTN
ICAO : EGGW
Latitude : 51.874722
Longitude : -0.368333
Altitude : 526
DST : E
Website : http://www.london-luton.co.uk/
CountryCode: UK
continent: EU
Airport Size : large
Airport type : airport

Gatwick

City : London
Country : United Kingdom
IATA : LGW
ICAO : EGKK
Latitude : 51.148056
Longitude : -0.190278
Altitude : 202
DST : E
Website : http://www.gatwickairport.com/
CountryCode: UK
continent: EU
Airport Size : large
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City

City : London
Country : United Kingdom
IATA : LCY
ICAO : EGLC
Latitude : 51.505278
Longitude : 0.055278
Altitude : 19
DST : E
CountryCode: UK
continent: EU
Airport Size : large
Airport type : airport

Heathrow

City : London
Country : United Kingdom
IATA : LHR
ICAO : EGLL
Latitude : 51.4775
Longitude : -0.461389
Altitude : 83
DST : E
Website : http://www.heathrowairport.com/
CountryCode: UK
continent: EU
Airport Size : large
Airport type : airport

Stansted

City : London
Country : United Kingdom
IATA : STN
ICAO : EGSS
Latitude : 51.885
Longitude : 0.235
Altitude : 348
DST : E
Website : http://www.stanstedairport.com/
CountryCode: UK
continent: EU
Airport Size : large
Airport type : airport

Paddington Station

City : London
Country : United Kingdom
IATA : QQP
Latitude : 51.515833
Longitude : -0.176111
DST : E
CountryCode: UK

London St Pancras

City : London
Country : United Kingdom
IATA : STP
Latitude : 51.53
Longitude : -0.125
DST : E
CountryCode: UK
continent: NA
Airport Size : medium
Airport type : airport

St Pancras Railway Station

City : London
Country : United Kingdom
IATA : QQS
Latitude : 51.532519492138
Longitude : -0.12630037301642
Altitude : 80
DST : E
CountryCode: UK

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City : London
Country : United Kingdom
IATA : LON
Latitude : 51.508056
Longitude : -0.127778
Altitude : 66
DST : E
CountryCode: UK

London - Kings Cross

City : London
Country : United Kingdom
IATA : QQK
Latitude : 51.5326
Longitude : 0.1233
Altitude : 72
DST : E
CountryCode: UK

Euston Station

City : London
Country : United Kingdom
IATA : QQU
Latitude : 51.5284
Longitude : -0.1331
Altitude : 89
DST : E
CountryCode: UK

Waterloo International

City : London
Country : United Kingdom
IATA : QQW
Latitude : 51.5031
Longitude : -0.1147
Altitude : 10
DST : E
CountryCode: UK

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