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Ave·bur·y

 (āv′bĕr′ē, -brē)
A village of southern England east of Bristol. It is noted for its extensive Neolithic earthworks and stone circles.
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Avebury

(ˈeɪvbərɪ)
n
(Placename) a village in Wiltshire, site of an extensive Neolithic stone circle
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A hotel on Avebury Stone circle? A pub on Glastonbury Tor?
The pub is situated inside Avebury stone circle - a World Heritage site and the largest stone circle in Europe - which greatly enhances its already unique atmosphere.
47 Avebury Stone Circle The biggest prehistoric stone circle in Europe erected 4,500 years ago.
"It was the Avebury stone circle in Wiltshire," said the eccentric who lived in Tintern in the Wye Valley as a youngster.
1 Royal Crescent, the Museum of Fashion, the Roman Baths, Prior Park and Avebury Stone Circle. For more information, call 44 161 928 9286, email Paull.Tickner@greatdays.co.uk or visit www.greatdays.co.uk.
Visit Avebury Stone Circle Located in the centre of Wiltshire the impressive circle of stones in the village of Avebury is just as spectacular as its more famous counterpart, Stonehenge.