Day By Day

Thursday, February 17, 2005


I have always suspected that Kiwis were wannabe Brits. This only confirms my suspicions:

Nestled into the verdant hills of the New Zealand region of the Wairarapa is the world's newest "Stonehenge" but this henge is no mere pastiche. Instead, Stonehenge Aotearoa, which opened this weekend, is a full-scale adaptation of its Salisbury Plain ancestor, built to work for the Antipodes.

At least they allow you to actually visit this one.

Read about it here.

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