Westbury White Horse hill figure and blue sky, Wiltshire, UK - Stock image

England, Europe, Man Made Structure, Monument, UK

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Stock photo ID:182806453
Upload date:September 30, 2013

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'Below the Iron Age hillfort of Bratton Camp, and enclosing a much earlier long barrow, stands the Westbury White Horse. Cut into the hillside in 1778, this hill carving replaced an older horse which was possibly cut to commemorate King Alfred's nearby victory over the Vikings. The current horse was restored in 1853 and 1872 and significant changes were made to its shape in 1903 and 1936. It was covered over during the war and following its uncovering it was then concreted over. Plenty of space for copy and text. ProPhoto RGB profile for maximum color fidelity and gamut.More of my images from around Britain in this lightbox:'
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