Presentation on theme: "Made by: Daniel Florido Reyes Jose Pablo Baños García Jorge Manuel Laynez Martínez Julián Fernández García."— Presentation transcript:
Made by: Daniel Florido Reyes Jose Pablo Baños García Jorge Manuel Laynez Martínez Julián Fernández García
Stonehenge is a megalithic rock monument of 150 enormous stones set in a purposeful circular pattern. The different theories about Stonehenge are : -Perhaps people use Stonehenge to study the sky. -Perhaps Stonehenge is a enourmus calendary, an observatory, or a computer. -Perhaps it is a magic temple to an ancient god… or the tomb of a important king.
Dated towards B.C., this set was constructed in Salisbury's plain, to the southwest of England, between the last periods of the Neolithic one, ends of the Age of Stone and the first ones of the Age of the Bronze.
Located to hundred kilometres to the west of London, in Salisbury's plain, one finds one of the most worrying thousand- year-old monuments of the humanity. Here is located Wiltshire. You can go to Stonehenge by road, by tran and by bus.
Newgrange: The Megalithic Passage Tomb at Newgrange was built about 3200 BC. In Ireland. Pentre Ifan:This monument, dating back to about 3500 BC.In Wales. :Balnuaran clava :It was built in Scotland 7,ooo years ago, in Scotland
Times: Opening times Area: Near to Salisbury. Spring 1 Apr to 31 May Summer 1 Jun to 31 Aug How to get there: By train, by bus and by road Autumn 1 Sept to 15 Oct Winter 16 Oct to 15 Mar Mar to 31Mar to Prices: Adult £6.90 Child (5 - 15) £3.50 Child (Under 5) Concession (student, over 60) Free £5.90 Family Ticket (2 adults + up to 3 children) £17.30 English Heritage and National Trust Members:- Free In Stonehenge you can see many solstice