Versailles, Indiana: Paulhenge

A Stonehenge-style monument made of upright slabs of cement with holes where the sun shines through on solstices and equinoxes. Named for its builder, Paul Morris.

US Hwy 50, Versailles, IN
On the south side of US Hwy 50, about 2.5 miles west of downtown Versailles, and a quarter-mile west of its intersection with CR 175 W. Private property, visible from the road.
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A replication of Stonehenge had been made from slabs of concrete. Visible from the roadside, a sign at the road leading into the property states: "Historic Reconstruction Site. Do Not Enter Without Permission."

[Michael Lusk, 08/01/2017]

Built in 2015, and properly aligned for the yearly solstices and twice-yearly equinoxes. Named for its "master builder" and "thinker upper," Paul Morris.

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