Photos: Stonehenge's day in the sun

Photos: Stonehenge's day in the sun

Summary: On the summer solstice, the ancient stone structure in England is the place to be. And to imitate.

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  • Google Earth

    Could the builders ever have imagined seeing their site from Google Earth? (Well, possibly, if aliens really did pitch in.)

  • Carhenge

    Stonehenge has been replicated numerous times. Here is one of the more famous ones--Carhenge in Alliance, Neb.--where junk cars replace the mammoth stones.

    And here are some instructions to help you build your own Stonehenge.

  • Stonehenge watch

    This watch might be the perfect gift for the person who wants to unravel the mysteries of time. Many experts believe that Stonehenge was constructed as a kind of time piece to determine seasonal or celestial events.

    The Stonehenge watch can be purchased from Sharpe Products for $42.95.

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