Was Stonehenge Built in Wales?


StonehengeSmithsonian tells us that researchers believe Stonehenge was first built in Wales, but then dragged to Wiltshire, where it stands today. “Geologists found evidence of tools, platforms, ramps, food and fires at a site in North Pembrokshire, Wales about 180 miles from Stonehenge, writes Romeo. Stones there match the 43 remaining stones at the monument, which are made from spotted dolerite that can only be found in North Pembrokshire.”

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