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This is what Stonehenge looks like to birds

People have been coming to the standing stones known as Stonehenge on the solstice for thousands of years.But they've never been able to fly over it.A BBC crew used a remote-piloted helicopter drone with a mounted camera to film this video that provides an aerial view of the monument from English pre-history.According to the BBC, more than 3,000 people came to Stonehenge to celebrate the Winter Solstice this year, one of the major celebrations for modern druids and pagans. The ...

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