A contract to build three life-sized Neolithic homes at Stonehenge in Wiltshire has been put out to tender.
Using authentic materials, the prehistoric homes will be based on those excavated at Durrington Walls.
English Heritage said the buildings will provide a "real and tangible link for visitors to the distant past".
The £27m scheme to build a new visitor centre and close the road alongside the ancient monument, was begun in July.
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