Durrington Walls was a massive Neolithic settlement, 3km away from Stonehenge.
British Neolithic settlements of this type usually had fewer than 100 people.
Durrington Walls had around 4,000 people!
It was one of the largest settlements in Northern Europe.
It's thought it was used by the builders of Stonehenge during a major building phase of the monument.
Building a settlement like Durrington Walls was a gargantuan process.
Building the ditch surrounding the village, alone, would have taken years to dig!
Fun fact : in order to produce polished stone, huge stone mines were built, like Grime's Graves in the UK.
This mine was 10m deep, with around 400 shafts, and produced up to 10,000 polished stones in total, making their way as far as Italy!