Things To Do in Wiltshire - Alton Barnes White Horse - Historic Site in Pewsey, Kennet - VisitWiltshire
Located between Milk Hill & Walkers Hill on the Pewsey Downs, the Alton Barnes horse was cut by the request of Robert Pile in 1812.
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|2015 (01/01/2015 - 31/12/2015)|
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