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"Stonehenge was a Celtic sanctuary"

It appeared certain that the sanctuary long before the Celtic period, even though many modern druids gather at a meeting yet esoteric around Stonehenge. Origins are found in the Neolithic period, around 3200 BC. The two large stones arranged in a circular have been built between 2200 and 1800 BC. The earliest traces to confirm the use of Stonehenge as a burial place, a place of reunion and possibly as an observer astronomic dating from about 1400 BC so with nearly 1000 years before the Celts arrived for the first time to the British Isles.
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