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Cerne Abbas Giant – view from the west side of the Giant. Said by some to be an image of Hercules, the Giant is carved into the chalk of the hillside in Dorset, England.. The excess red well runoff, rich in iron deposits, emerges from the side of a wall in Glastonbury.
White Horse of Uffington – the view is from atop the carved hill, located at the eye of the horse and facing the northwest countryside. The location of the horse on the hillside doesn’t allow for anyone to get a clear picture of the image. Uffington has long been a village of folk who breed, raise and train horses. The more famous white well pours from a pipe jutting out from another wall located just a few meters from the red well.

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