Stonehenge to Livestream Summer Solstice Celebrations; Outlook Traveller

The event has moved online in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic…

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Stonehenge’s much-loved summer solstice event to be live streamed this year; Times of India

Stonehenge, which is famous for its summer solstice and attracts tons of visitors every year, will remain closed this year due to Coronavirus spread. However, this does not mean that the stunning view will remain off-limits this year.

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Stonehenge Will Livestream the Summer Solstice for the First Time Ever; Martin Lerma; Robb Report

Stonehenge will livestream the Summer Solstice this year for the first time, as the pandemic is preventing tourists from visiting Wiltshire.

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Some UK heritage could be lost forever after pandemic; IANS

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Stonehenge’s pieces slot together like Lego bricks, rare photo shows; Farah Andrews; The National

‘Ah, where it all began,’ the toymaker joked of the image…

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£2bn Stonehenge tunnel plan to be scrapped over spiraling costs; Darren Boyle; Daily Mail

A planned £2bn tunnel underneath Stonehenge, pictured, is under threat as the Government considers scrapping the controversial project which has been condemned by UNESCO.

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Stonehenge petition to stop ‘irreparable’ damage from road expansion; Sky News

The government proposes building a tunnel but activists say the plans were “an abomination” which would disfigure the landscape.

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Petition urges ‘no further damage’ to Stonehenge from road upgrade plans; Jersey Evening Post

Sir Tony Robinson said the impact of A303 upgrade plans on the world heritage landscape would be ‘dire’.

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‘A303 Stonehenge tunnel scheme should be scrapped’; Benjamin Paessler; Salisbury Journal

THE Stonehenge Alliance has called for the A303 Stonehenge Expressway Scheme to be scrapped, in an open letter to the Secretary of State for…

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Winter solstice 2019: A short day that’s long on ancient traditions; Katia Hetter, Forrest Brown & Autumn Spanne; CNN

Winter solstice is the shortest day in the Northern Hemisphere. Discover the science of why it happens and where you can enjoy the best celebrations of ancient traditions.

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Part 1: 10 best countries to visit in 2020; Debashine Thangevelo; IOL Travel

Lonely Planet recently announced the top destinations for next year. This is why you should visit.

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Mystery over who built Stonehenge may finally be solved after experts uncover ‘Britain’s first city’ a mile from famous monument; Charlotte Edwards; The Sun

BRITAIN’S ‘first city’ was located near an ancient spring in Salisbury and its residents built Stonehenge, according to a new theory from archaeologists. The scientists have recently…

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Avebury, Wiltshire; David Ross; Britain Express

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Is Stonehenge Worth It?; Meridith Nudo; Houstonia

What to know before you go to this UNESCO World Heritage site.

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Stonehenge – the mysterious World Heritage Site; Samiul Raijul; Daily Star

As the visit to mountains and sea let us feel and realise their magnificence, the third epitome could be Stonehenge, an English world heritage site.

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England’s Woodhenge: The Complete Guide; Ferne Arfin; TripSavvy

Woodhenge is the mysterious remnant of a Stone Age structure and part of the Stonehenge UNESCO World Heritage Site. Learn more about its history and how you can visit it today.

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Fancy visiting Stonehenge? Here’s how to travel to Britain’s striking landmark… and the history behind it; Josie Griffiths; The Sun

STONEHENGE is one of Britain’s most recognisable landmarks, attracting a huge flock of tourists every year. But where are the legendary standing stones and – more importantly – wh…

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Stonehenge— Unraveling the Architectural Mystery; Rashmi Shetti; Tripoto

Stonehenge— Unraveling the Architectural Mystery. – Tripoto

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Avebury and Stonehenge: Two Pre-Historic Sites Easily Combined in a day; Silke Elzner; Happiness & Things

Visiting Avebury and Stonehenge: Wiltshire in England is teeming with pre-historic sites. The Avebury Stone Circle is a great free Stonehenge alternative for the whole family.

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All about Avebury; Steve Marshall; The History Press

It’s been 30 years since seven UNESCO World Heritage Sites were inscribed in the United Kingdom – Avebury being one of them.

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