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"Woodhenge” discovered in prehistoric complex in Portugal (www.theportugalnews.com)

Archaeological excavations in the Perdigões complex have identified “a ceremonial construction”, a type of structure only known in Central Europe and the British Isles, according to the archaeologist in charge who called the discovery a “wooden versions of Stonehenge.”

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