Avebury in Wiltshire is a place is you could say the poor relation to Stonehenge, the fact it is a henge is probably lost on many people who tend to visit the place. It dates back to 2300 BCE when it was built in the Neolithic age and comprises of three circles which encompass the village of Avebury. It is a UNSECO World Heritage Site so worth while visiting. Here are a few photos I took while I was there.
One of the information boards telling you about the place
Looking back at the ring of stones
One of the stones wait a chapel in the background
Same stone but with the village pub, the small concrete stone marks where another large stone used to be
Here you can see the road that runs through the centre of the henge
The other side of the henge looking at the ditch
I thought this one looked like a skull