In the Wiltshire county, the village of Avebury is a delightful parish flanked by verdant stretches of English countryside. The eponymous Neolithic stonehenge monument has gained Avebury its spotlight in the repertoire of prehistoric monuments. A UNESCO World Heritage Site, the henge comprises of one of the largest megaliths in the world. The village, primarily famous for its stonehenge, also has a 16th century pub and a manor house. The stony facade of the St.James Anglican Church is reminiscent of an old English Gothic literary classic. The West Kennet Long Barrow, another Neolithic stone formation, is located in proximity to the village. A tranquil countryside spot, the village is a delightful place to soak in the English sun.