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Arbor Low, Peak National Park - This prehistoric stone circle, dated around 2,500 BCE, is a far cry from Stonehenge, not a huge tourist attraction with a gift shop and restaurant. The site is tucked in behind a farm. On the way from the car park we passed a sign for "real eggs" being offered by the farmer who lives next to the site. August, 2004

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