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16th Nov '15 5:15:40 PM DarthRevanFTW
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* The Great Pyramid of Giza - Famous Egyptian landmark with a number of astronomically significant features. Last of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World to still survive.
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* [[PyramidPower The Great Pyramid of Giza Giza]] - Famous Egyptian landmark with a number of astronomically significant features. Last of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World to still survive.

* [[CircleOfStandingStones Stonehenge]] - Ascribed all sorts of mystic powers, usually ''completely ignoring'' all the other stone circles around Europe.
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* [[CircleOfStandingStones Stonehenge]] - [[PlaceOfPower Ascribed all sorts of mystic powers, powers]], usually ''completely ignoring'' all the other stone circles around Europe.
16th Nov '15 5:11:44 PM DarthRevanFTW
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* Stonehenge - Ascribed all sorts of mystic powers, usually ''completely ignoring'' all the other stone circles around Europe.
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* Stonehenge [[CircleOfStandingStones Stonehenge]] - Ascribed all sorts of mystic powers, usually ''completely ignoring'' all the other stone circles around Europe.
16th Nov '15 5:10:08 PM DarthRevanFTW
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* El Dorado - Fabled land of gold.
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* El Dorado - Fabled [[CityOfGold land of gold.gold]].
19th Apr '15 2:31:44 AM eroock
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''With a dragon's face"''\\ --'''''[[Film/ThisIsSpinalTap Spinal Tap]]''''', "Stonehenge"
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''With a dragon's face"''\\ --'''''[[Film/ThisIsSpinalTap face"'' -->-- '''''[[Film/ThisIsSpinalTap Spinal Tap]]''''', "Stonehenge"
18th Apr '15 4:04:57 AM jormis29
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* In an episode of ''WesternAnimation/{{Centurions}}'', Stonehenge is the secret burial site of a [[AWizardDidIt perfectly preserved]] ''{{Merlin}}''. (Yes, {{Merlin}}). He then wakes up shortly after his discovery to help the Centurions dispatch the [[MonsterOfTheWeek villain of the week]].
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* In an episode of ''WesternAnimation/{{Centurions}}'', Stonehenge is the secret burial site of a [[AWizardDidIt perfectly preserved]] ''{{Merlin}}''. ''Myth/{{Merlin}}''. (Yes, {{Merlin}}).Myth/{{Merlin}}). He then wakes up shortly after his discovery to help the Centurions dispatch the [[MonsterOfTheWeek villain of the week]].
17th Mar '15 1:56:12 AM jormis29
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* In an episode of ''WesternAnimation/{{Centurions}}'', Stonehenge is the secret burial site of a [[AWizardDidIt perfectly preserved]] ''Merlin''. (Yes, Merlin). He then wakes up shortly after his discovery to help the Centurions dispatch the [[MonsterOfTheWeek villain of the week]].
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* In an episode of ''WesternAnimation/{{Centurions}}'', Stonehenge is the secret burial site of a [[AWizardDidIt perfectly preserved]] ''Merlin''. ''{{Merlin}}''. (Yes, Merlin).{{Merlin}}). He then wakes up shortly after his discovery to help the Centurions dispatch the [[MonsterOfTheWeek villain of the week]].
17th Mar '15 1:46:10 AM Spindriver
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* Used in the RPG ''TabletopGame/{{Scion}}'': great landmarks like Stonehenge or the Statue of Liberty are called Touchstones, which allow someone to go from the landmark to a place in the Overworld, and then from there to any other point that resonates with that same place. For instance, one could go from Stonehenge in England to the Great Henge, and then go from the Great Henge to ''[[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Carhenge Carhenge]]''. Why Carhenge? Because it's the funniest replica of Stonehenge, and it's mentioned explicitly in the book's description of Touchstones. ** Carhenge is funnier than Foamhenge?
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* Used ''TabletopGame/{{GURPS}} Places of Mystery'', by Alison Brooks and Creator/PhilMasters, is a collection of such locations, discussed for gaming use. * The trope appears in the RPG ''TabletopGame/{{Scion}}'': great landmarks like Stonehenge or the Statue of Liberty are called Touchstones, which and allow someone to go from the landmark to a place in the Overworld, and then from there to any other point that resonates with that same place. For instance, one could go from Stonehenge in England to the Great Henge, and then go from the Great Henge to ''[[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Carhenge Carhenge]]''. Why Carhenge? Because it's the funniest replica of Stonehenge, Stonehenge,[[note]]Okay, maybe not funnier than Foamhenge.[[/note]] and it's mentioned explicitly in the book's description of Touchstones. ** Carhenge is funnier than Foamhenge?
13th Jul '14 9:44:56 AM HeraldAlberich
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* In one episode of ''WesternAnimation/JackieChanAdventures'', an evil cult called Magisters attempt to use Stonehenge as a magical weapon of mass destruction. [[spoiler:After performing their rituals, they find the structure does absolutely nothing magical. They leave too early to learn that they were WrongGenreSavvy; Stonehenge is actually connected to aliens.]]
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* In one episode of ''WesternAnimation/JackieChanAdventures'', an evil cult called Magisters attempt to use Stonehenge as a magical [[WeaponizedLandmark weapon of mass destruction.destruction]]. [[spoiler:After performing their rituals, they find the structure does absolutely nothing magical. They leave too early to learn that they were WrongGenreSavvy; Stonehenge is actually connected to aliens.]]
10th Jul '14 2:46:24 PM rexpensive
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* ''{{Earthbound}}'' had the alien servants of the BigBad build an ElaborateUndergroundBase beneath Stonehenge for apparently no reason.
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* ''{{Earthbound}}'' ''Videogame/{{Earthbound}}'' had the alien servants of the BigBad build an ElaborateUndergroundBase beneath Stonehenge for apparently no reason.

* ''IllusionOfGaia'' had several mythical locations as special landmarks in the game - the Nazca lines, the Great Wall, Angkor Wat and even the TowerOfBabel. * ''ShiningForce II'' had an [[LostTechnology ancient spaceship]] that had the same outline as the Nazca painting.
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* ''IllusionOfGaia'' ''Videogame/IllusionOfGaia'' had several mythical locations as special landmarks in the game - the Nazca lines, the Great Wall, Angkor Wat and even the TowerOfBabel. * ''ShiningForce ''Videogame/ShiningForce II'' had an [[LostTechnology ancient spaceship]] that had the same outline as the Nazca painting.
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