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Missing piece of Britain's ancient Stonehenge returned after 60 years


A piece of stone drilled from Stonehenge, a mysterious circle of ancient stones in southern England, has been returned to the site 60 years after being removed during archaeological excavations,... (Reuters Lifestyle) More More

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