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Unravelling the mystery of Germany's 'Stonehenge': Archaeologists discover 130 dwellings around an Early Bronze Age monument – indicating there was once a community living at the ritualistic site

The archaeological site is near to the village of Pömmelte, 85 miles from Berlin The woodhenge consists of seven rings of palisades, ditches and raised banks The site was first discovered in 1991 thanks to aerial photography of the area As well as astronomical observations, the site was used for ritual sacrifice...

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Berlin Bronze Age Pömmelte

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