Village related to Stonehenge found

A major prehistoric village has been unearthed near Stonehenge in southern England. Stonehenge didn't stand alone, excavations show, recent excavations of Salisbury Plain in southern England have revealed at least two other large stone formations close by the world-famous prehistoric monument.

The excavations have uncovered evidence of at least eight wooden buildings and could hold 30 more. "We could have many hundreds of houses here," Parker Pearson said.

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