About 6,000 people gathered at the ancient stone circle in southern England to watch the sun rise at 4:49 a.m. on a clear, crisp morning, local police said.
Without any visitors currently, iconic sites across the world stand alone. Stonehenge in Wiltshire, England is one of them. While we’re all on lockdown during this pandemic, some are still tasked with the maintenance, upkeep and security of the 5000-year-old stones.
"This astonishing discovery offers us new insights into the lives and beliefs of our Neolithic ancestors.”
Sunrise at the prehistoric monument will be livestreamed amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Warning: This may kill your wanderlust for good.
Many archeologists and historians are not happy.
The prehistoric site holds spiritual significance for many Pagans and Druids.