Wiltshire Crop Circle, viewed from West KennetLocated inland in southern England, Wiltshire covers an area of 1350 square miles, and much of the region has been designated as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Trowbridge is the county’s capital, with the cathedral city of Salisbury renowned for its local plains and ghostly stories. This area of the UK is best known for its ancient stone circles – one can find both Stonehenge and Avebury here, and the associated legends which accompany both sites.

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