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Prehistoric celebrations of the spring equinox at Stonehenge may have had an unexpectedly modern twist – rock music. The latest research into the Neolithic monument on Salisbury Plain suggests that the bluestones that make up the inner circle were chosen for their acoustic properties. The discovery offers an explanation for why Stonehenge¯¯¯s builders lugged rocks all the way from Pembrokeshire, 300 km away in southwestern Wales, instead of using the local sandstone, as they did with the outer circle.
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