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Now You Can Live Near Stonehenge—in China!

This is a new (to us) large permanent replica: number 79 for our list! We thank Hengefinder Extraordinaire Pete Glastonbury for finding it for us—and it’s a good one! 188 more words

Carleton College Welcomes Tiny Stonehenge-Building Alien Ice Druids!

We used to post snowhenges from time to time earlier in our blog history. See the first five links here to view some. But it has been a while since we’ve seen one, despite copious amounts of snow in North America this winter. 395 more words


The day is here! A happy 5th birthday to us!

It’s astounding that this blog is still here and active after all these years. We’re not sure if the proliferation of Stonehenge replicas around the world is a sign of the creativity and spirit of humankind, or a sign of the decadent state of human society, but whichever it is, we celebrate that today!! 324 more words

Wiltshire Museum Models: Replicas for Learning (and for Tourists!)

One of the things that have become apparent in the last ALMOST FIVE YEARS that we have been posting on the Clonehenge blog is that there are many different categories of Stonehenge replicas—many reasons for making them, many sizes, many materials, many styles, many places where they are made and where they end up. 558 more words

Bouncy Bouncy Druids, and a Stonehenge Guide You Must All Buy!

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As we are sure you realise, every post on the Clonehenge blog is tested and retested on animals. 567 more words

Solstice Again, Innit? Part the First!

When you are somewhat lazy-arsed, as we are, it helps a great deal to have friends who are not similarly handicapped. We have a number of friends who keep an eye to the news and alert us when they find new Stonehenge replicas, old ones, too, if there is a chance we haven’t seen them. 761 more words