Bluehenge unearthed


A mere mile away from Stonehenge archaeologists have over the past summer secretly uncovered another, smaller henge which they call Bluehenge. It derives it's name fom blueish rubbble found in the 27 holes where once the stones stood which were quarried in the Preseli Mountains of South Wales and later believed to have been used for a 'refurbishment' of its famous neighbour.  

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