Old Sarum, a stone age site surrounded by a Norman site on the Salisbury Plain in southern England
Avebury, a pre-Stonehenge site on the Salisbury Plain with Silbury Hill at the top of the scene.
Silbury Hill, at 300 feet high, the largest earthwork in Europe, outside Avebury, England
Roman pool at Bath, England, in a Victorian spa setting. The Romans called it Aqua Sulis. The water comes from a hot springs in the Mendip Hills to the west. The Romans had an elaborate system to heat it from beneath the pools, which had varying temperatures.
Glastonbury Tor, pre-Christian site of Pilgrimage, said to contain the chalice of Joseph of Arimathea.
Rosetta Stone, British Museum, London Allowed Egyptian hieroglyphics (top) to be deciphered from ancient Greek (bottom).
The “Elgin” Marbles, stolen from the Parthenon and stashed in the British Museum in London
False-color infrared satellite image of London on the Thames. Red is vegetation, grey & light blue are urban areas.