More than 10,000 people gathered at Stonehenge in England to watch the sunrise on the longest day of the year.
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The English Heritage organisation opened the national monument to the public on the first official day of summer, giving people the rare chance to experience it up close.
Thank you to the 13,000 people who celebrated #SummerSolstice with us at Stonehenge. ? More pictures: https://t.co/6qEK1fESES pic.twitter.com/gfFtfKZPGQ
— English Heritage (@EnglishHeritage) June 21, 2017
People arrived before dawn to watch the sunrise at Stonehenge, which might have been an ancient place of worship during the summer solstice for thousands of years, according to English Heritage. Read more…
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