字幕列表 影片播放 列印英文字幕 Stonehenge has been capturing our imaginations for 5000 years. What you are about to hear are some of the reasons this world heritage site is still important to visitors today. We hope to see you here soon. For me Stonehenge is the stuff of legends, isn't it? It's just a collection of stories. You need to come and see this place. It helps people situate themselves in history. Just from looking at pictures it's always seemed really interesting and I always wanted to know how they were able to build these structures without the tools that we have today. I wasn't going to leave England without seeing it. This is my first trip to England. It's important for people to come here to experience ancient cultures. I think it's the historical value and the landscape as well surrounding it. We visited Egypt and then Stonehenge was next on the list. I think it's still important because there's no conclusive and definitive reason for its existence. I can remember being in school and looking at in textbooks and learning about it in textbooks and always wanting to come. I think there's a lot of mystery surrounding Stonehenge, at least for me it is, and we've been told that there's a similar structure in India and I'm very curious to see how they're all connected. Well this is actually our third time here, well my third time here, her first time here today and we just can't get enough of it really. I came here to see it because it's here, just like Machu Picchu, or Taj Mahal or any other famous place. You gotta go see it. I was thinking that this is the highlight of my trip and I believe it's important for people to know their heritage. We don't have anything like this where I'm from so it was just a fact of coming to it to experience something that I've never experienced before. Well I think it's the fascination with how clever the people must have been to actually build Stonehenge. I think the mystery of Stonehenge is why people still come here, it's because there's just so much people don't know and there's so much that we still want to know. I had to see it. Definitely something on my bucket list. English Heritage celebrating 100 Years of care and conservation at Stonehenge.