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  • What could be more American than an 11-foot ball of twine or an auto graveyard known as Carhenge?

    Examiner California Headlines

  • Then there ' s " Carhenge, " in Western Nebraska, an homage to Stonehenge in England using old rusty cars; it began as a nuisance local officials wanted to tear down and ended up a tourist attraction.

    Artsy Sag Harbor Is Up in Arms About a Long, Shapely Pair of Legs

  • On the performing side, Van Morrison, Courtney Pine, Elvis Costello and The Communards all played while 'Carhenge', a sculpture which would later be the inspiration for a Banksy Glastonbury Festival artwork, was created - complete with Arabella's missing broken VW car on top.

    British Blogs

  • Thank God I saw Carhenge and Wildflower Hall, and Fort Good Hope and Maputo too, BEFORE there was anything like the Internet to put them on or take them off of, or any compact apparatus to help one do either.

    Wednesday, Dec. 23 – The Bleat.

  • Wired.com Photo Contest: Self-Portrait << Back to Article  :  Art   Wired.com Photo Contest: Self-Portrait By Wired.com Photo Department 03.10.08 Wired.com photo editor, Jim Merithew, poses with friends at Carhenge in Alliance, Nebraska, 2007.

    Wired.com Photo Contest: Self-Portrait

  • Stonehenge brings a millions of tourists to England, and Carhenge brings thousands to Alliance, Nebraska.

    Archive 2008-04-01

  • We have one more mountain day and then it is on to Alliance, NE and Carhenge... should be a hoot and a half.

    Rain or Shine

  • I once traveled from the Black Hills of South Dakota south to Alliance, Nebraska, home of the goofy and wonderful Carhenge an automotive version of Stonehenge.

    How do you not spell relief? - BatesLine

  • He will not, unfortunately be going to Carhenge, which I'm informed is an actual replica of Stonehenge, consisting of American-made vintage cars.

    Press Briefing By Jake Siewert

  • America depicts a few of the country's more bizarre landmarks, including Carhenge in Western Nebraska and the luminous casinos of Las Vegas - which use more than 30,000 miniature lights.

    The Lobby from SPG

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