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Arbor Low Stone Henge, Middleton Common, Middleton by Youlgreave, 1976

Arbor Low dates from the Neolithic to Early Bronze Age period, and the surrounding landscape is littered with barrows from the Late Bronze Age, constructed around a thousand years after the henge was completed. The 'Stonehenge of the North', this stone circle and henge, built around 3000 BC, is probably the most famous ancient site in the North Midlands. The views from the circle are dramatic and …