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3,000 Year Old White Horse Of Uffington, England

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An iconic geoglyph set in a sacred landscape.

3000 year old chalk hill figure of a white horse, Uffington, Oxfordshire, England
Image by Dave Price, taken from paramotor. CCA-SA.2.0 via Wikimedia
Image by L Acaster, taken from the edge of the hill above the Horse’s eye. Note its legs disappearing down the hill to the left.
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Image by L Acaster. Uffington Castle Iron Age hillfort: the ditch between two banks with walkers for scale. Note: the people on the horizon, left, are not a quarter distance round the perimeter.
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The Manger from White Horse hill. Note the walkers, bottom right, for scale. Image by Fransmacom CCA-SA.3.0 via Wikimedia
Image by D Acaster. Dragon Hill shown below the White Horse. The descending bank of the Manger is to the left.
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