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Old Sarum is one of the oldest settlements in England and has been inhabited since 3000 BC. At the very centre was an Iron Age fort, which has been used by Romans, Saxons, Vikings and the Normans.26

25+ Magnificent Castles And Their Fascinating Ancient Histories

Old Sarum is one of the oldest settlements in England and has been inhabited since 3000 BC. At the very centre was an Iron Age fort, which has been used by Romans, Saxons, Vikings and the Normans.26

Carnac (****Karnag in Breton) isn't Stonehenge, clearly, but the place is 6000 years old (older than Stonehenge) and there is a dense collection of neolithic menhirs (standing stones, nicknamed the “Stone Army”) as far as the eye can see. Approximately 3000 of these standing stone relics are aligned in rows amidst the vast area of fields close to the Atlantic Ocean in Brittany.

Carnac (****Karnag in Breton) isn't Stonehenge, clearly, but the place is 6000 years old (older than Stonehenge) and there is a dense collection of neolithic menhirs (standing stones, nicknamed the “Stone Army”) as far as the eye can see. Approximately 3000 of these standing stone relics are aligned in rows amidst the vast area of fields close to the Atlantic Ocean in Brittany.

Maiden Castle, Dorset, England  Maiden Castle, the largest and most complex Iron Age hill fort in Britain.

Maiden Castle, Dorset, England Maiden Castle, the largest and most complex Iron Age hill fort in Britain.

Derinkuyu Underground City, Cappadocia region 18 miles from Nevsehir,Turkey. It is one of over 200 underground cities discovered in the region, but it is notable for being the biggest and the deepest. With 11 floors & depth of 85m, this ancient city can accommodate anywhere between 3k - 50k people. First excavated during the Hittite times,it was expanded over the centuries, connecting with other underground cities via tunnels. It was a hiding place from marauding armies seeking loot and…

Derinkuyu Underground City, Cappadocia region 18 miles from Nevsehir,Turkey. It is one of over 200 underground cities discovered in the region, but it is notable for being the biggest and the deepest. With 11 floors & depth of 85m, this ancient city can accommodate anywhere between 3k - 50k people. First excavated during the Hittite times,it was expanded over the centuries, connecting with other underground cities via tunnels. It was a hiding place from marauding armies seeking loot and…

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