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henge

a circular area, often containing a circle of stones or sometimes wooden posts, dating from the Neolithic and Bronze Ages
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"To add to the excitement, the whole thing will be led by one of the hottest acts in the UK right now called Henge.
One of the best known is Stonehenge in southern England, a combination of gigantic stones and henges -- another word for carved earthworks.
Built around 3000 B.C., Stonehenge is considered more contemporary compared to the other henges, and it shares a few differences with its counterparts.
Highlights include adding a four car garage, utility room, Tarmac driveway, and of course 'The Henge.'" ."
He just needs to break into the Protector's mysterious Henge while Howell (Paul Kaye, above - the best thing about this comedy) performs the spell to cross worlds.
Closer to home, 25 European cities are covered in depth with things such as free museums, wild swimming, walking tours and a section called Stinge Henge. So you don't need to go too far from home - Britain is at its best in the summer.
But at sunset on March 19th, I observed the last bright spark of sunlight precisely in my "Road Henge" notch --just four hours before the Sun crossed the celestial equator.
Durrington Walls is one of the largest known henge monuments, measuring 500 metres in diameter and thought to have been built around 4,500 years ago.
Experts believe the stones were not originally part of the henge but were deliberately toppled before being incorporated into it.