Masses of people gather every year to celebrate the summer solstice, the longest day of the year, at Stonehenge, a prehistoric monument that was built roughly 5,000 years ago.

4 interesting things to know about the summer solstice at Stonehenge

Masses of people gather at Stonehenge every year to celebrate the summer solstice, which marks the longest day of the year.Here are four really interesting things to know about the summer solstice celebration at Stonehenge and some of the people who attend.Pagans and the summer solsticeRollo Maughfling, right, is the Archdruid of Stonehenge and Britain. Here, he conducts a ceremony at the June 21, 2013 summer solstice celebration at Stonehenge. (Matt Cardy/Getty Images)Pagans, followers of an ancient religion again gaining ...

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