A study published in the journal Antiquity explains how the bluestones that make up the famous neolithic monument in Salisbury Plain in England, were dug out at least 500 years before in Wales. Stonehenge may have stood in Wales hundreds of years before it was dismantled and transported.

As reported in The Guardian on December 6. 2015.

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Caption: The Craig Rhos-y-felin site.

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