What is the meaning of the mysterious monolithic monument Stonehenge which stands on Salisbury Plain in Wiltshire, a county in southwestern England? The group of huge, rough-cut stones set in circles is thought to date back to around 2800 B.C. Experts estimate the construction of Stonehenge took its builders about 30 million hours and hundreds of years to complete. Lost Treasures of the Ancient World: Stonehenge looks at who put it there, how it was designed and built, where the stones came from, and what uses it has had, answering some penetrating questions about one of the most curious structures on earth.
~ Sally Barber, Rovi