With the number of henges that seem to be strategically situated near each other in England, have you ever wondered why these daunting structures were built during the Neolithic period?

A henge generally refers to a nearly oval- or circular-formed bank that has an internal ditch encircling a central flat spot. 

 
It is believed that henges might include ritual formations like coves, timber circles and stone circles.
 
So take a look at this educative video created by Michael Bott, who shares,
 
 
Standing with Stones is a documentary film that takes the viewer on a journey of discovery revealing the wealth and extent of our Neolithic and Bronze Age heritage… If you ever wondered what it would be like to travel through England, Wales, Ireland and Scotland, visiting the most intriguing and enigmatic monuments that our ancestors left us, then this film is for you.
 

So see these mysterious henges for yourself and start planning your trip to England today!

 

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