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1. Stonehenge is a square of giant stones    
                              circle of giant stones.
 
2. It is situated in Avebury, in Northern England       
                                                  Southern England.
 
3. It's the most  enigmatic        gigantic        prehistoric        monument on earth.
 
4. It was created as  a temple to the son of the sun        a temple to the son of the moon
                                  an astronomical calendar              an astrological calendar
 
5. It was built at the same time as the  Acropolis in Athens  
                                                             Pyramid of Giza.
 
6. It was built in 2     3    4   phases.
 
7. Well over 10    100   1000  stones were used to erect the structure.
 
8. Some stones could weight over 40 tones    400 tones    
                                                      40kilos       400kilos
 
9. The small "blue stones" were found miles away in South England   
                                                                                    South Scotland 
                                                                                    South Wales
 
10. They were maybe dragged along on  cars      sledges       horses.
 
11. These stones are the gardians of       recent          ancient          mysteries.
 
12. What are the underlined words in these questions?