Stonehenge Poster: Snow At Sunset
Product Code: 501285
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International Delivery Availablefrom £14.99
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This truly mesmerising poster will be a wonderful addition to any wall in your home. It pictures Stonehenge as the sun is setting, after a very cold day of snow. Hues of purple, orange, pink and blue frame the stones, making the textures and shape of the stones stand out beautifully. Built between 3,000 BC and 1,600 BC, no one is sure what the true purpose of Stonehenge was. But whether an ancient burial site, giant calendar or place of worship, the stones continue to mesmerise and inspire today. This poster makes a lovely gift for any history lover who has visited Stonehenge and is interested in the story of the stones.
- A2 poster
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