Archaeologists have discovered a mini-Stonehenge, a mile from the site of Wiltshire's famous stone circle.
"Bluehenge", named after the hue of the 27 stones from Wales which once formed it, has been described by researchers as a "very important" find.
All that now exists of the 5,000-year-old site is a series of holes where the dolerite monoliths once stood.
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