7.Danebury Iron Age Hill Fort
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Danebury, in Hampshire, is one of the oldest known man made sites in England.
Built in the 6th century BC it is thought to have been in operation for about 500 years. Deminating the skyline for miles around, the hill, was a safe vantage point for the fort’s many residents.