The mysterious Stonehenge-like structure was completely destroyed when an unknown individual blew it up with a bomb last year.
Archaeologists believe that the mysterious structure was built around 7,000 years ago.
The mysterious Stonehenge-like structure was blown up by an unknown attacker and then dismantled by authorities.
An enigmatic stone tomb in England known as Arthur's Stone is now thought to predate Stonehenge.
A couple driving near the Wiltshire monument last month spotted something unusual hovering over the area.
Back when the entire monument was intact, Stonehenge had some seriously impressive acoustics.
Forming a circle 1.2 miles in diameter, the Durrington Shafts site is just 1.9 miles from Stonehenge.
A piece of the enigmatic monument that has been missing for six decades has finally been returned.
A new study has suggested that European neolithic stone monuments may have first arisen in France.
A Neolithic henge that had lain hidden for centuries has been revealed in Ireland thanks to a recent drought.
New research has indicated that the huge stones were transported over both land and water.
The neolithic monument's builders had used Pythagoras' theorem 2,000 years before Pythagoras was even born.
Two of the largest stones that make up Stonehenge may have actually been at the site for millions of years.
The construction of the world-famous stone circle may have been all about bringing people together.
An ancient civilization is believed to have built standing stones in the rainforest over 1,000 years ago.
Archaeologists have unearthed evidence of a huge circle of timber posts just two miles from Stonehenge.
A new study has indicated that the famous Neolithic monument was not always situated in Wiltshire.
The world famous stone monument in Wiltshire, England was once sold at an auction in Salisbury.
Archaeologists have uncovered a hidden stone monument situated just two miles from Stonehenge.
Archaeologists have discovered a mysterious stone monolith at the bottom of the Mediterranean.