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Mount Hood through one of the "doorways" in Stonehenge. Samuel Hill built Stonehenge as a war protest/memorial of the 13 Klickitat men killed in World

Mount Hood through one of the "doorways" in Stonehenge. Samuel Hill built Stonehenge as a war protest/memorial of the 13 Klickitat men killed in World Stock Photo
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Contributor:

Craig Larcom / Alamy Stock Photo

Image ID:

2GJTFFT

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36.4 MB (1.8 MB Compressed download)

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Dimensions:

2912 x 4368 px | 24.7 x 37 cm | 9.7 x 14.6 inches | 300dpi

Date taken:

24 April 2009

Location:

Maryhill, WA.

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Mount Hood through one of the "doorways" in Stonehenge. Samuel Hill built Stonehenge as a war protest/memorial of the 13 Klickitat men killed in World War I. He thought that the original Stonehenge in England was the site of human sacrifices (belief at the time). The current theory is that Stonehenge was a giant astronomical device for tracking the seasons, Maryhill, WA.

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