posted on Jul, 3 2006 @ 07:06 PM
Yup, there are lots of different 'henges' as they are called. Stonehenge is the most famous, probably because it is the most impressive and was the
most difficult to construct. I did a bit of research on stonehenge a few years ago for school; quite interesting stuff. There are other 'henges'
like one called Woodhenge, and lots of burial sites called 'barrows' and all sorts of cool things.
All of the ones I read about were in the UK; I don't know of any others anywhere else. Their dates of construction also vary quite a bit, so they
were either built by different cultures or else by the same culture by multiple generations. (or both)
I forget the name of the book, but there is one by a guy called John North about Stonehenge that was pretty good. It was one of my main sources for
my school research.