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Foamhenge: like Stonehenge but made of Styrofoam (photos)

by | 25th, February 2012

Foamhenge5  Foamhenge: like Stonehenge but made of Styrofoam (photos)

FOAMHENGE is like Stonehenge, only free, located in Rockbridge County, Virginia, and in event of flooding will float. Mark Cline is ancient man made modern:

Mark says that he can create four or five Foamhenge megaliths in a day, properly shaped and painted. The reason, of course, is that foam is much more easily worked than rock. That is also its Achilles heel. Foamhenge is, after all, really Styrofoamhenge. A sign at the base of the hill cautions: “Please be gentle. It is foam, not stone.”

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