Firstpost | 24/06/2020 09:15 PM | Click to read full article
Archaeologists have discovered what could be one of the largest prehistoric sites in the United Kingdom near Stonehenge. A two km-wide ring of prehistoric 'shafts' up to 10m across and 5m deep has been discovered around the 'super henge' at Durrington Walls and the famous site at Woodhenge.
Researchers say that the structures have been carbon-dated to about 2,500 BC. Stonehenge was built between 3,000 BC and 1,600 BC and is one of UK's most popular tourist attractions.