A bigger, older Stonehenge has been discovered buried below the ground in England and it’s being called “Superhenge.” Using multi-sensor radar technology, archaeologists were able to spot the giant subterranean stones sitting just 1.8 miles away from the original site. Though only 30 stones are believed to have survived, researchers think there were once up to 90 of them—with some standing as high as 15 feet tall—organized to align with the sunrise of the winter solstice. If it’s ever unearthed, England’s sure to gain an influx of visitors.
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