One of the seven wonders of the world is Stonehenge, the prehistoric earthwork in the English countryside, but in Nebraska, USA, there is something very different that has taken inspiration from Stonehenge.
It is known as Carhenge and is a replica of Stonehenge, only made with cars, old cars.
Created by engineer and self-styled conceptual artist Jim Reinders as a memorial to his father, Carhenge was set up and welded together by Jim and his family during a week in 1987. Carhenge consists of 38 junked American cars arranged in a circle 29 metres in diameter. Pride of place goes to a 1962 Cadillac that serves as the “heel stone” – the large upright Stonehenge plinth famously aligned with the summer solstice sunrise.