Grey skies could not darken the mood as hundreds turned out to celebrate the summer solstice at Britain’s ancient Stonehenge site.
They partied through the shortest night and into the longest day at the structure which dates back to 3100 BC.
Academics are still divided on whether Stonehenge was a temple, buriel ground or astronomy centre.
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