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Stonehenge Valued At £50 M

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Not to mention a nice dado rail on the sacrificial slab... biggrin.gif

Maybe the smell of freshly baked bread and freshly brewed coffee too can be added to Stonehenge...? unsure.gif

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Would suit old men in hoods and sacrificial virgins.

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cor, those ancients, they really are saving up for a meal at the restaurant at the end of the universe.

they invested no money whatsoever yet still will be able to have the entire 15 courses and wine.

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The survey carried out by property website FindaProperty.com also suggested Brighton Pavillion is valued at £51.9 million and Blackpool Tower at £60 million.

Yeah, but try and get planning permission for something like that nowadays...

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Exchanging debt backed fiat slave tokens for a place of rape and murder. Do I really exist? - Injin.

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£50m doesn't seem so much for that kind of historic value ...

I agree, that's a massive undervaluation.

Edit: How much does it take in ticket sales?

Edited by Timm

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