This iconic site is a victim of its own fame and a cash cow for English Heritage – yet even the summer throngs can’t detract from the extraordinary romance of its unknowable past

The world’s most famous prehistoric monument and one of the UK’s biggest tourist attractions, controversially roped off so visitors are not allowed within 10 metres of it – though it receives so many tourists (1,381,855 in 2016) that it would be virtually impossible to let them get closer.

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Source: The Guardian

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