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Stonehenge: Decoded (2008)

Stonehenge Decoded presents world-renowned archaeologists as they reveal a revolutionary new theory about who built Stonehenge and why.
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Donald Sutherland ... Narrator
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Stoyan Aleksiev Stoyan Aleksiev
Bogomil Atanasov Bogomil Atanasov
Fahradin Fahradinov Fahradin Fahradinov ... Son
Maxim Genchev ... Father (as Maxim Gentchev)
Lydia Indjova Lydia Indjova ... Tegen
Dimitar Ivanov Dimitar Ivanov
Desislava Krusteva Desislava Krusteva
Natalia Mussa Natalia Mussa
Ivan Panayotov Ivan Panayotov
Ivan Sashov Ivan Sashov ... Warrior
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Stonehenge Decoded presents world-renowned archaeologists as they reveal a revolutionary new theory about who built Stonehenge and why.

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UK

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English

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May 2008 (UK) See more »

Also Known As:

La cité cachée de Stonehenge See more »

Filming Locations:

Sofia, Bulgaria

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£750,000 (estimated)
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A Megalithic Mystery
5 June 2016 | by roddekkerSee all my reviews

Personally, I think that it's really quite unbelievable that 3000+ years after Stonehenge was erected its purpose and its means of construction still remains something of a mystery.

To be sure - Stonehenge is an ancient monument that stands tall as one of the world's most awesome and curious treasures.

Built using precision measuring techniques, this structure continues to baffle modern-day archaeologists and historians, alike.

With some of the massive stones used to construct Stonehenge weighing up to 26 tons (and standing 18 feet tall and 7 feet wide), this huge megalithic structure will probably remain the mystery that it is now, and for time-eternal.


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