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'A bit like early LEGO' -- rare photo shows Stonehenge's uncanny similarity to the plastic bricks
by Amy Woodyatt, CNN
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15 April 2020
On 15 April 2020 CNN reported:
The famous sarsen stones of Stonehenge have inspired countless visitors and researchers over the years, but a rare photograph might well win the ancient site some younger fans. The photo of the ancient site in Wiltshire, England, shows the rocks from above, and reveals details that show the famous stones looking remarkably similar to LEGO bricks.
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'The protruding tenons are clearing visible and the corresponding horizontal lintel stone would have had mortise holes for them to slot into. A bit like early Lego!' the official Twitter account for the ancient site pointed out.
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