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Experience sleeping within the Amazing Ancient Architecture of Avebury Circle.

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Christian zealotry and its fear of the pagan meant that many of Avebury's stones were buried in the 15th century lest the attraction of the Church be dimmed by such an obviously impressive monument.

In retrospect, though this did the archaeological evidence no good, perhaps it was to the good saving these stones from the attention of the Victorian vandals and farmers.

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Its profile is dwarfed in the guidebooks by smaller, neighbouring Stonehenge, yet Avebury is an enormous prehistoric site, enclosing an entire village within its henge.

No mere slight ditch in the ground, the henge at Avebury is a ditch 30ft (9m) deep rising to a bank over 15ft (4m) high. The site encloses 28 acres (11.5ha) and held 98 standing stones of local sarsen - these sarsens are not dressed like those at Stonehenge, but left in their natural state.

This is megalithic design on a grand scale, a great ring of stones enclosing two smaller rings, and one, possibly two, avenues of stones leading out from the henge.