The most mysterious place in the world where something special is going to happen today

Today is the longest day and shortest night of the year on one half of the Earth, while the other half is the shortest day and longest night of the year.

This journey to the sun is called Summer Solstice. If you search for Summer Solstice on Google, the first sight you will see is of the British archaeologist Stonehenge. What has this got to do with this particular stage?

Stonehenge, located in the county of Wilshire in England, is now a historic site. These are a few weights and large stones or pillars that are placed in a circle around the earth. Each pillar weighs 25 tons.

Like the pyramids of Egypt, the construction of Stonehenge is still a mystery as to how so many heavy stones were installed here without modern machines.

According to archaeologists, their construction began in 3000 BC and ended in 2000 BC.

The special thing about these pillars is that they are in line with the sun. Each year, when the longest day of the year begins, the sun rises right behind its central pillar, and its first rays illuminate all pillars.

Similarly, in the middle of winter, when it is the shortest day of the year, the sun sets in exactly the same place.

Every year on the morning of 21st June, a crowd of sincere people gathers here who want to see the moment when the sun rises in perfect alignment.

This place is considered as a cultural symbol of Britain and it is also a tourist attraction.

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