If you are lucky enough to stand in the center of Stonehenge on June 21, you will see the Sun rise over the Heel Stone, as it has for millennia. The Heel Stone was erected outside the main ring of stones around 2600 b.c. This rock marked the summer solstice sunrise point, and it still does some 4,500 years after it was put in place.
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