Wednesday, March 21, 2007


This Neolithic monument is about 5,000 years old and sits within the landscape of Salisbury Plain and bears silent testimony to a period of time that we as curious human beings, would love to know more about. The construction of Stonehenge came in three stages over a two thousand year period. Firstly there was just a bank and ditch, then came a wooden structure, to be followed by the stones that we still see today. Using the famous Blue Stone taken 240 miles from Wales, this monument was built in a circle. The distance to bring these stones is remarkable in today’s quick and fast ways, however in pre historical times, this must have been a phenomenal, if not an almost impossible task to undertake.

Departure: 25 MARCH 2007, 8.00 am from Hammersmith- Apollo Theatre
The price is £ 10/person, transport with a 16 seats minibus. First come first served, so please book your place in advance.
The payment will be cash or to send by cheque in the name of Romanca Society, after the confirmation of your booking .

We will have also the opportunity to visit also few more touristic places in our way back to London: Woodhenge and Salisbury.
Arrival at Hammersmith at 8.00 pm.
For booking please phone (evening) or email me at the addresse below.

Cristian Popa
Trip Project
Romanca Society

Mob. 077 27 24 98 41

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