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Q: How far away is Wales from Stonehenge?
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How far is Stonehenge from Wales?

There are 123.674 miles between Stonehenge, England and Wales, United Kingdom.

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Where is blue stone found near Stonehenge?

About 200 miles away in Wales.

How far away is Stonehenge from Andover?

16 miles

How far away is Stonehenge from London?

86 miles

How far away is Stonehenge from Ohio?

Across The World.

What are the bluestones from Stonehenge?

Moved from South Wales to build Stonehenge

How far away is Jamaica from Wales?

am it's a miles away from jamaica

How far away from Wales is Canada?

3,762 miles

How far away is Shrewsbury from Wales?

the answer to this question is unknown.

How far away is England to Wales?

100 miles

Where the Bluestones in the Stonehenge?

The blue stones at Stonehenge came from the Prescelly mountains in south Wales.

How far away is the closest mountain to London?

Snowdon in wales

How far was the Stonehenge moved?

Stonehenge has never been moved.

Were did the rocks for Stonehenge come from?

from wales and got there by people with rope

How far away is Gloucestershire from Wales?

Cardiff To Gloucester is 65 miles

How far is Stonehenge from Bath?

Stonehenge is 35 miles from the City of Bath.

How far is from Edinburgh to Stonehenge?

Edinburgh is 399 miles by road from Stonehenge.

How far is Johnson and Wales college from Hillsborogh NC?

About one hour away.

How far from Edinburgh Scotland to Stonehenge?

Edinburgh is 399 miles by road from Stonehenge.

Where did they get the stones for Stonehenge from?

Wales. There are lots of theories as to how they were able to transport them, but no specific proof.

How did the stones at stonehedge get to London?

The stones at Stonehenge have never been to London. They came to Stonehenge from Wales and archaeologists are still arguing about how they got there and how they were erected.

Why are Stonehenge stones found so far away?

The bluestones of Stonehenge are thought to have come from what is now Pembrokeshire, 250 km (16 miles) away. It was thought that men had moved them. Another theory which is gaining support is that they were brought by the Irish Sea Glacier.

How far from Birmingham to Stonehenge?

117 miles

How far is it from cirencester to Stonehenge?

51 miles