Built as a memorial to soldiers killed during World War I. It is an astronomically-aligned full-size replica of the ancient Stonehenge.
Built by Samuel Hill (1857–1931), businessman, lawyer, railroad executive and advocate of good roads in the Pacific Northwest.
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