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NBC Chicago
5 Teens Hospitalized After Overdosing at Suburban Party12:17 a.m., deputies responded to a call of a 16-year-old girl not conscious or
5 Teens Hospitalized After Overdosing at Suburban Party
NBC Chicago / Posted 10 hours ago
12:17 a.m., deputies responded to a call of a 16-year-old girl not conscious or breathing in the 200 block of Stonehenge Lane in Tower Lakes, the Lake County sheriff’s office said in a statement. The girl was breathing when officers... Read more
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Daily Herald
Five teens overdose on Xanax at Tower Lakes house partyin Tower Lakes, Lake County authorities said. Lake County Sheriff's deputies w
Five teens overdose on Xanax at Tower Lakes house party
Daily Herald / Posted 13 hours ago
in Tower Lakes, Lake County authorities said. Lake County Sheriff's deputies were called to a home in the 200 block of Stonehenge Lake at about 12:17 a.m. on a report of a 16-year-old girl who was not conscious or breathing, authorities... Read more
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The East Liverpool Review
The Long Shadow of the Ellipsisthe air they form a perfect ellipsis, causing you to wonder if the ancient Amer
The Long Shadow of the Ellipsis
The East Liverpool Review / Posted yesterday
the air they form a perfect ellipsis, causing you to wonder if the ancient Americans who created them worshipped punctuation. Standing in the soybean field next to the earthworks-soybeans this year, at least-I understand why people visit Stoneh... Read more
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Canberra Times
Making gay history: Britain recognises six sites of significance to LGBTlisted buildings in England, of which 2.5 per cent are in Grade I, reserved for
Making gay history: Britain recognises six sites of significance to LGBT
Canberra Times / Posted yesterday
listed buildings in England, of which 2.5 per cent are in Grade I, reserved for buildings of "exceptional interest", like Stonehenge and St Paul's Cathedral, and 5.5 per cent are in Grade II*, which covers "particularly important buildings of more... Read more
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The Age
Making gay history: Britain recognises six sites of significance to LGBTlisted buildings in England, of which 2.5 per cent are in Grade I, reserved for
Making gay history: Britain recognises six sites of significance to LGBT
The Age / Posted 2 days ago
listed buildings in England, of which 2.5 per cent are in Grade I, reserved for buildings of "exceptional interest", like Stonehenge and St Paul's Cathedral, and 5.5 per cent are in Grade II*, which covers "particularly important buildings of more... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Making gay history: Britain recognises six sites of significance to LGBTlisted buildings in England, of which 2.5 per cent are in Grade I, reserved for
Making gay history: Britain recognises six sites of significance to LGBT
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 2 days ago
listed buildings in England, of which 2.5 per cent are in Grade I, reserved for buildings of "exceptional interest", like Stonehenge and St Paul's Cathedral, and 5.5 per cent are in Grade II*, which covers "particularly important buildings of more... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Making gay history: Britain recognises six sites of significance to LGBTlisted buildings in England, of which 2.5 per cent are in Grade I, reserved for
Making gay history: Britain recognises six sites of significance to LGBT
Brisbane Times / Posted 2 days ago
listed buildings in England, of which 2.5 per cent are in Grade I, reserved for buildings of "exceptional interest", like Stonehenge and St Paul's Cathedral, and 5.5 per cent are in Grade II*, which covers "particularly important buildings of more... Read more
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WA Today
Making gay history: Britain recognises six sites of significance to LGBTlisted buildings in England, of which 2.5 per cent are in Grade I, reserved for
Making gay history: Britain recognises six sites of significance to LGBT
WA Today / Posted 2 days ago
listed buildings in England, of which 2.5 per cent are in Grade I, reserved for buildings of "exceptional interest", like Stonehenge and St Paul's Cathedral, and 5.5 per cent are in Grade II*, which covers "particularly important buildings of more... Read more
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Wandsworth Guardian
Autumnal equinox: When and what is it?were marked for festival observances and may have played a role in religious ce
Autumnal equinox: When and what is it?
Wandsworth Guardian / Posted 2 days ago
were marked for festival observances and may have played a role in religious ceremonies at megalithic structures such as Stonehenge and Ales Stenar in southern Sweden. Even today hundreds of New-age pagans descend on Stonehenge, in Wiltshire, to... Read more
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Croydon Guardian
Autumnal equinox: When and what is it?were marked for festival observances and may have played a role in religious ce
Autumnal equinox: When and what is it?
Croydon Guardian / Posted 2 days ago
were marked for festival observances and may have played a role in religious ceremonies at megalithic structures such as Stonehenge and Ales Stenar in southern Sweden. Even today hundreds of New-age pagans descend on Stonehenge, in Wiltshire, to... Read more
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Kingston Guardian
Autumnal equinox: When and what is it?were marked for festival observances and may have played a role in religious ce
Autumnal equinox: When and what is it?
Kingston Guardian / Posted 2 days ago
were marked for festival observances and may have played a role in religious ceremonies at megalithic structures such as Stonehenge and Ales Stenar in southern Sweden. Even today hundreds of New-age pagans descend on Stonehenge, in Wiltshire, to... Read more
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NBC Chicago
Golden Sunlight Floods City As Chicagohenge Returns"My personal preference for photographs. But the day after also offers Manhatta
Golden Sunlight Floods City As Chicagohenge Returns
NBC Chicago / Posted 3 days ago
"My personal preference for photographs. But the day after also offers Manhattanhenge moments, but at sunset, you instead will find the entire ball of the sun on the horizon." The name is a nod to the iconic and prehistoric Stonehenge in E... Read more
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Op-Ed News
Author's Page for Roland Michel TremblayGleeson, a bombshell rewriting 12,000 years of history Before the Delusion: Sec
Author's Page for Roland Michel Tremblay
Op-Ed News / Posted 3 days ago
Gleeson, a bombshell rewriting 12,000 years of history Before the Delusion: Secret Vatican Files of the Pyramids and Stonehenge is an excellent book that changes nearly everything you thought you knew about human history and the origin of... Read more
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Daily Mail
Hundreds of druids and pagans at Stonehenge to celebrate EquinoxOne regular group of visitors to Stonehenge since the mid-19th century has been
Hundreds of druids and pagans at Stonehenge to celebrate Equinox
Daily Mail / Posted 3 days ago
One regular group of visitors to Stonehenge since the mid-19th century has been the neo-pagans, including people who claim to have resurrected the ancient practices of the Celtic druids. It is believed that Stonehenge has been a burial and religious... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
New blooms as Supreme Court Gardens get a makeoverof lights, and the annual medieval fair." In 2014 the gardens were home to a b
New blooms as Supreme Court Gardens get a makeover
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 4 days ago
of lights, and the annual medieval fair." In 2014 the gardens were home to a bouncy castle which was a scale replica of Stonehenge as part of the Perth International Arts Festival. In 2015, as part of works going on next to the park to build... Read more
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Raw Story
Autumnal equinox 2016: Facts and quotes Revellers gather at the Stonehenge to watch the sunrise and celebrate the Aut
Autumnal equinox 2016: Facts and quotes
Raw Story / Posted 4 days ago
Revellers gather at the Stonehenge to watch the sunrise and celebrate the Autumn equinox (Shutterstock) Don't miss stories. Follow Raw Story! The autumnal equinox, which marks the first day of fall for the... Read more
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Louth Leader
What happened in history this weekFrance a republic and abolished the absolute monarchy. 1897 - The envelope sea
What happened in history this week
Louth Leader / Posted 4 days ago
France a republic and abolished the absolute monarchy. 1897 - The envelope seal was patented by F W Leslie. 1915 - Stonehenge was sold at auction to Mr C H Chubb for £6,600. Mr Chubb presented it to the nation three years later. 1937 - J R... Read more
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Daily Mirror
Four in ten Brits can't find London on a mapsits in place of Edinburgh, in Scotland. A further one in ten people are of th
Four in ten Brits can't find London on a map
Daily Mirror / Posted 5 days ago
sits in place of Edinburgh, in Scotland. A further one in ten people are of the belief that Swindon sits north of London. Stonehenge, The Peak District and Snowdonia also left many struggling. But the study found it's not just locations many... Read more
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express
Millions of adults have NO CLUE where THESE top British cities are on a mapsits in place of Edinburgh, in Scotland. A further one in ten people are of th
Millions of adults have NO CLUE where THESE top British cities are on a map
express / Posted 5 days ago
sits in place of Edinburgh, in Scotland. A further one in ten people are of the belief that Swindon sits north of London. Stonehenge, The Peak District and Snowdonia also left many struggling. But the study found it's not just locations many... Read more
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Irish Central
Ireland's top ten prehistoric must see tourist sitesfrom before the pyramids in Giza in Eygpt. Here are just ten of Ireland's preh
Ireland's top ten prehistoric must see tourist sites
Irish Central / Posted 5 days ago
from before the pyramids in Giza in Eygpt. Here are just ten of Ireland's prehistoric and magical sites: Older than both Stonehenge and the Egyptian Pyramids, Newgrange dates back to 3200 BC. While the actual purpose of Newgrange is still... Read more
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iafrica.com
Mountain mummy still revealing secretsus an incredible amount of information," she told AFP. To put it into perspect
Mountain mummy still revealing secrets
iafrica.com / Posted 6 days ago
us an incredible amount of information," she told AFP. To put it into perspective, when Oetzi died around 3 350-3 100 BC, Stonehenge in England and the first Egyptian pyramids were still hundreds of years from being built. He lived during the... Read more
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The Morning Bulletin
Renewed flood warning for Fitzroy catchment todaywarnings are also in place for the Thomson and Barcoo rivers as flood levels co
Renewed flood warning for Fitzroy catchment today
The Morning Bulletin / Posted 6 days ago
warnings are also in place for the Thomson and Barcoo rivers as flood levels continue at Blackall, and are expected in Stonehenge and Isisford this week. While BoM recorded no significant 24-hour rainfall as at 9am today, further rainfall is... Read more
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Raw Story
Stone Age mummy Oetzi is still revealing secrets, 25 years after discovery in the Alpsof information,” she told AFP. – Shot in the back – To put it into perspectiv
Stone Age mummy Oetzi is still revealing secrets, 25 years after discovery in the Alps
Raw Story / Posted 6 days ago
of information,” she told AFP. – Shot in the back – To put it into perspective, when Oetzi died around 3,350-3,100 BC, Stonehenge in England and the first Egyptian pyramids were still hundreds of years from being built. He lived during the... Read more
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express
World's oldest mummy SHOCK REVELATION: Scientists discover secret of his death on Alpsin a coffin at the local police station, before it was later revealed that Otzi
World's oldest mummy SHOCK REVELATION: Scientists discover secret of his death on Alps
express / Posted 6 days ago
in a coffin at the local police station, before it was later revealed that Otzi had died around 3,350-3,100 BC – before Stonehenge and the Pyramids were built.Related articles New technologies have allowed scientists to learn more about that... Read more
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Daily Mail
25 years after Europe's oldest human mummy was found in the Alpsbecause the corpse was discovered in the Otztal Alps. And to put in perspectiv
25 years after Europe's oldest human mummy was found in the Alps
Daily Mail / Posted 6 days ago
because the corpse was discovered in the Otztal Alps. And to put in perspective, the man died hundreds of years before Stonehenge and the first Egyptian pyramids were built. And a quarter of a century after the discovery, scientists are still... Read more
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PhysOrg
Stone Age mummy still revealing secrets, 25 years onamount of information," she told AFP. Shot in the back To put it into perspec
Stone Age mummy still revealing secrets, 25 years on
PhysOrg / Posted 7 days ago
amount of information," she told AFP. Shot in the back To put it into perspective, when Oetzi died around 3,350-3,100 BC, Stonehenge in England and the first Egyptian pyramids were still hundreds of years from being built. He lived during the... Read more
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The Borneo Post
Stone Age mummy still revealing secrets, 25 years onof information,” she told AFP. – Shot in the back – To put it into perspectiv
Stone Age mummy still revealing secrets, 25 years on
The Borneo Post / Posted 7 days ago
of information,” she told AFP. – Shot in the back – To put it into perspective, when Oetzi died around 3,350-3,100 BC, Stonehenge in England and the first Egyptian pyramids were still hundreds of years from being built. He lived during the... Read more
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Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
Kyle Lawson BoswellRock. Deborah Baldwin and her husband, Jim Metzger, had also been touring Euro
Kyle Lawson Boswell
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette / Posted 7 days ago
Rock. Deborah Baldwin and her husband, Jim Metzger, had also been touring Europe that summer. That day, "we were going to Stonehenge or Bath or something," Baldwin says, and a transit strike had limited their travel options, setting up the chance... Read more
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This is West Country
Bridgwater actor to take centre stage in one-man-play in South Pethertonwife and children – has set up a security company and won a contract to protect
Bridgwater actor to take centre stage in one-man-play in South Petherton
This is West Country / Posted 7 days ago
wife and children – has set up a security company and won a contract to protect a sensitive archaeological site near Stonehenge. The site is the object of a very British punch-up over politics, money, land and heritage, history and weird... Read more
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Bangkok Post - Thailand's English news
Stone Age mummy still revealing secrets, 25 years onus an incredible amount of information," she told AFP. To put it into perspect
Stone Age mummy still revealing secrets, 25 years on
Bangkok Post - Thailand's English news / Posted 7 days ago
us an incredible amount of information," she told AFP. To put it into perspective, when Oetzi died around 3,350-3,100 BC, Stonehenge in England and the first Egyptian pyramids were still hundreds of years from being built. He lived during the... Read more
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Spalding Today
Drawings by Holbeach’s famous son to go on display for firt time1710 and a noted antiquarian. Born in Holbeach, he was a pioneering antiquaria
Drawings by Holbeach’s famous son to go on display for firt time
Spalding Today / Posted 8 days ago
1710 and a noted antiquarian. Born in Holbeach, he was a pioneering antiquarian, famous for his field work at Avebury and Stonehenge and regarded as a father of British archaeology. The exhibition will be open between 10.30am and 4pm but will be... Read more
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Ipswich Star
My First Car: Fred passport to world beyond barracksfor me so that I was able to discover the wonder of the Hot Spring at Bath and
My First Car: Fred passport to world beyond barracks
Ipswich Star / Posted 8 days ago
for me so that I was able to discover the wonder of the Hot Spring at Bath and I could sit in the solitude of a Sunday at Stonehenge. I would go to Salisbury where, for £1 (I’ve still go the menu to prove it) one could eat where the officers ate... Read more
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West Moreland Gazette
Lake District makes us proud to be Britishbe British, according to a poll. Coming in at 13th in the list, created by Hei
Lake District makes us proud to be British
West Moreland Gazette / Posted 8 days ago
be British, according to a poll. Coming in at 13th in the list, created by Heinz Beanz, the national park is well ahead of Stonehenge and the White Cliffs of Dover, as well as such British icons as James Bond and David Beckham. The poll is headed... Read more
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Daily Mail
8,000-old female figurine uncovered in central Turkeyat the site in Catalhoyuk, Turkey. Made by Neolithic farmers thousands of year
8,000-old female figurine uncovered in central Turkey
Daily Mail / Posted 9 days ago
at the site in Catalhoyuk, Turkey. Made by Neolithic farmers thousands of years before the creation of the pyramids or Stonehenge, the figurines tend to depict tiny cattle, crude sheep and curvaceous people. But Stanford University Professor... Read more
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FOX 17 Grand Rapids
Labyrinth of lavender in ShelbySHELBY, Mich. -- It's an intricate garden you can see from Google Earth, with w
Labyrinth of lavender in Shelby
FOX 17 Grand Rapids / Posted 10 days ago
SHELBY, Mich. -- It's an intricate garden you can see from Google Earth, with winding pathways and a Stonehenge-like center, but what exactly is it? Turns out it's a labyrinth of lavender. A stone marks the beginning of the winding rows of lush... Read more
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Daily Star
Massive Stonehenge-style rocks 'prove advanced civilisation of GIANTS existed in Russia’3,000 tonnes each, have emerged online to the shock – and skepticism – of truth
Massive Stonehenge-style rocks 'prove advanced civilisation of GIANTS existed in Russia’
Daily Star / Posted 10 days ago
3,000 tonnes each, have emerged online to the shock – and skepticism – of truth seekers and neysayers. These mysterious Stonehenge-style rock structures, which have been discovered all over the world, from Russia to south and central America,... Read more
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Daily Mirror
GBBO was fluffy enough - it doesn't need to be whipped for cashto do it It's either dissatisfaction or boredom, but it's the state of mind th
GBBO was fluffy enough - it doesn't need to be whipped for cash
Daily Mirror / Posted 11 days ago
to do it It's either dissatisfaction or boredom, but it's the state of mind that takes a prehistoric engineering feat like Stonehenge and fences it off in case too many people enjoy looking at it. It's the same attitude that bans dogs from beaches... Read more
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Pittsburgh City Paper
In her Emerging Artist of the Year show, Sarika Goulatia revisits and evokes a physical traumatapestry of pins drawn together in immense and miraculous patterns.” One enters
In her Emerging Artist of the Year show, Sarika Goulatia revisits and evokes a physical trauma
Pittsburgh City Paper / Posted 11 days ago
tapestry of pins drawn together in immense and miraculous patterns.” One enters a darkened room where 17 sheets of black Stonehenge paper seem to float in midair. Upon entering the rectangle, one sees only blackness, but as the viewer moves to... Read more
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Market Watch
22,000 years of climate change, captured by a cartoonistout by showing how much colder it was back then: From there, Munroe touched on
22,000 years of climate change, captured by a cartoonist
Market Watch / Posted 12 days ago
out by showing how much colder it was back then: From there, Munroe touched on other moments, like the completion of Stonehenge and the Great Pyramids, while keeping an eye on the steady temperature relative to where averages stand... Read more
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Daily Chronicle
Sycamore arson suspect held on $300K bondWlady H. Teran, 49, of the 1500 block of West Stonehenge Drive, Sycamore, was c
Sycamore arson suspect held on $300K bond
Daily Chronicle / Posted 12 days ago
Wlady H. Teran, 49, of the 1500 block of West Stonehenge Drive, Sycamore, was charged with five counts of arson, five counts of criminal damage to property and a single court of trespassing. If convicted of a single count of arson, a Class 2 felony,... Read more
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The Washington Times
Hillary’s ‘episode’ changes the narrativethe always interesting Alaska Dispatch News. “They’re still useful too. The as
Hillary’s ‘episode’ changes the narrative
The Washington Times / Posted 14 days ago
the always interesting Alaska Dispatch News. “They’re still useful too. The assemblage of four antennae, which resembles a Stonehenge built by Martians, serves as a navigational aid for pilots, hunters, crabbers and many others in a region with few... Read more
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Times of Malta
Best served chilledthe jam-packed group of head banging rockers, who all seemed to dig the vibe pr
Best served chilled
Times of Malta / Posted 14 days ago
the jam-packed group of head banging rockers, who all seemed to dig the vibe provided by the band, blaring out from a stonehenge of speakers and lights stands. There were the quizzical observers who stood in the outer circles, and there were... Read more
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Los Angeles Times
15 years after 9/11, a visitor reminds us how travel has the power to transformFebruary 2015, I had promised him I would take our grandchildren abroad to visi
15 years after 9/11, a visitor reminds us how travel has the power to transform
Los Angeles Times / Posted 14 days ago
February 2015, I had promised him I would take our grandchildren abroad to visit Chelsea. “While my grandchildren visited Stonehenge, I wandered around Chelsea, my old neighborhood. I walked along Flood Street. (I hadn’t realized how narrow it... Read more
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Daily Chronicle
Sycamore has fire hydrant flushing on tapand Townsend Woods subdivisions; Maplewood Drive. Sept. 21: Heron Creek, North
Sycamore has fire hydrant flushing on tap
Daily Chronicle / Posted 16 days ago
and Townsend Woods subdivisions; Maplewood Drive. Sept. 21: Heron Creek, North Grove Crossing and Sycamore Creek. Sept. 22: Bethany Road, Croation Court, Stonehenge, Woodgate, Meadow Creek, Electric Park, and the DeKalb Avenue business di... Read more
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Peoria Journal Star
Real estate transactions: Sept. 9, 2016$250,000. 10919 N. Highcrest Lane, Dunlap, James and Gina Feehan to Christophe
Real estate transactions: Sept. 9, 2016
Peoria Journal Star / Posted 16 days ago
$250,000. 10919 N. Highcrest Lane, Dunlap, James and Gina Feehan to Christopher S. and Deborah Talcott, $254,000. 2508 W. Stonehenge Court, Peoria, Christopher M. and Leah L. Watkins to Pamela J. and Robert J. Weber Jr., $262,500. 11205 N.... Read more
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Liverpool Echo
Horse Power: Idaho looks set for victory in Ladbrokes St LegerFranny Norton, last Saturday. And Charlie Johnston, son and assistant trainer,
Horse Power: Idaho looks set for victory in Ladbrokes St Leger
Liverpool Echo / Posted 16 days ago
Franny Norton, last Saturday. And Charlie Johnston, son and assistant trainer, said: “He did it well. We had earmarked the Stonehenge Stakes at Salisbury for him as we thought he needed stepping up to a mile. “When the Washington Singer cut up, it... Read more
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Sky News Australia
See Stongehenge from a hot air balloonTo mark 30 years since Stonehenge became a UNESCO World Heritage Site, English
See Stongehenge from a hot air balloon
Sky News Australia / Posted 16 days ago
To mark 30 years since Stonehenge became a UNESCO World Heritage Site, English Heritage is offering 30 lucky competition winners the opportunity to experience a bird's eye view of Stonehenge from a tethered hot air balloon this October. Each ticket... Read more
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Times of Malta
'Irreparable' damage done to Ġgantija TemplesĠgantija Temples, in Gozo causing “irreparable” damage to the monuments that ar
'Irreparable' damage done to Ġgantija Temples
Times of Malta / Posted 17 days ago
Ġgantija Temples, in Gozo causing “irreparable” damage to the monuments that are older than the Great Pyramid of Giza and Stonehenge. The two suspects, who were spotted by a security guard, have been arrested and are expected to be arraigned... Read more
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Calgary Sun
Gates used in Rio Olympics augment Spruce Meadows growing collectionaround the globe. One from a world equestrian at the Hague, Netherlands featur
Gates used in Rio Olympics augment Spruce Meadows growing collection
Calgary Sun / Posted 17 days ago
around the globe. One from a world equestrian at the Hague, Netherlands features Dutch bicycles. Others depict England’s Stonehenge and Berlin’s Brandenburg Gate. “Some aren’t necessarily from championships but are representative of their... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Calakmul, Mexico: Ancient ruins are awesome, but there's no one therein Athens, perhaps, where there are no ropes stopping you from venturing inside
Calakmul, Mexico: Ancient ruins are awesome, but there's no one there
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 17 days ago
in Athens, perhaps, where there are no ropes stopping you from venturing inside. Or maybe an early morning walk around Stonehenge, walking right up to the huge stone plinths and touching them, trying to feel the history seeping through the... Read more
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