This photo shows Carn Goedog, the source of Stonehenge's spotted dolerite bluestones.
Together with inter-related monuments, and their associated landscapes, they demonstrate Neolithic and Bronze Age ceremonial and mortuary practices resulting from around 2000 years of continuous use and monument building between circa 37 BC.
As such they represent a unique embodiment of our collective heritage.
The World Heritage property comprises two areas of Chalkland in southern Britain within which complexes of Neolithic and Bronze Age ceremonial and funerary monuments and associated sites were built.
Each area contains a focal stone circle and henge and many other major monuments.