Stonehenge summer solstice sunrise 2010

An estimated 20,000 people, including "pagans and New Agers" from around the world, greeted the sunrise at Stonehenge this morning to celebrate the summer solstice, the AP reports. The sun rose at 4:52 am, marking the start of the longest day in the northern hemisphere. Some revelers uploaded their footage to YouTube:[Source]

An estimated 20,000 people, including "pagans and New Agers" from around the world, greeted the sunrise at Stonehenge this morning to celebrate the summer solstice, the AP reports. The sun rose at 4:52 am, marking the start of the longest day in the northern hemisphere. Some revelers uploaded their footage to YouTube:

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