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Oldbury Castle iron age hillfort aerial photograph

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aerial photograph of Oldbury Castle iron age hillfort and Cherhill white horse near Cherhill Wiltshire England UK. Although damaged by Flint mining, the defenses of the fort are still clearly visible in this aerial view. The monument built on top of the hill fort is the Lansdowne Monument which was built in 1845 to commemorate Sir William Petty. The Cherhill white horse was created in 1780.

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