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Stonehenge replica.

Front Lawn Stonehenge

Field review by the editors.

Nunica, Michigan

Fred and Pam Levin decided that their horse farm barn would make a perfect staging area to build a Stonehenge. Made of styrofoam and stucco, it debuted on their grassy lawn in 2007. Its "stones" are 13 feet tall, slightly smaller than those in England, but otherwise the Levins have a good looking replica. Its only downside is that it's on private property and trespassing is forbidden -- but like any good Stonehenge, it can easily be seen from the road.

The Levins also have a Cretan labyrinth and African medicine wheel on the property, and reportedly had their Stonehenge created to match the measurements of the original.

Front Lawn Stonehenge

11591 Leonard Rd, Nunica, MI
I-96 exit 10, head south on 112th St. around three-quarters of a mile. At the T, turn right (west) onto Leonard Rd. Drive about a half-mile, Stonehenge is on the north side of road.
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