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Interior of West Kennet Long Barrow

Neolithic Structures in the British Isles

Interior of West Kennet Long Barrow

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Located less than 2 miles from the stone circles at Avebury, West Kennet is one of the largest surviving and best-preserved examples of a Neolithic barrow, or chambered burial mound. Construction on the barrow predates work on Stonehenge, and it was likely in use for more than 1,000 years.

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