Stonehenge is open this morning for people celebrating the winter solstice.
The ancient ritual marks the start of the winter season, on the shortest day of the year.
Last year, 5,000 people came to Stonehenge to take part.
The latest 3D laser technology has revealed new evidence of the importance of the midwinter sunset to the ancient creators of Stonehenge.
The detailed laser scan and digital imaging of Stonehenge commissioned by English Heritage showed significant differences in how various stones were shaped and worked.
The varying techniques and amounts of work confirm not only that the builders intended to align the monument on the axis of the sun at midsummer and midwinter, but also that the view from the north east was particularly important.
Researchers said it was clear the stones were meant to be approached from the north east up the ancient processional avenue towards the direction of the midwinter sunset.
People in Bristol have been enjoying bouncing around on a life-sized inflatable Stonehenge.
The replica of the ancient Wiltshire monument is touring the UK as part of a project by Turner Prize winning artist Jeremy Deller to celebrate the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games.
For more information on the project, click here.
A life size inflatable replica of Stonehenge comes to Bristol.
The ancient monument is on a tour of the UK as part of the cultural Olympiad.
When it visited Exeter in June, ITV Westcountry reporter, Richard Lawrence, couldn't resist having a bounce. For more information click here
The Olympic torch was on view early today, and carried by one of the world's greatest ever athletes.
The American sprinter Michael Johnson - who won four Olympic gold medals - paraded it around Stonehenge as the sun rose.
Our Wiltshire Reporter Robert Murphy was there.
The record-holding American sprinter Michael Johnson carried the Olympic torch at a sunrise event at Stonehenge.
The four-time 400-metre gold medallist brought the flame into the world-famous neolithic stone circle before passing it on to Wiltshire teenager Millie Clifford.
One of the world's greatest ever athletes has held the Olympic Torch high at Stonehenge.
Michael Johnson, the 400m world record holder and Olympic gold medallist, is at the World Heritage Site at a special dawn event before he runs the first leg of day 55 of the relay around Britain.
Our Wiltshire reporter Robert Murphy is there. You can follow him on twitter
While thousands descended on Stonehenge in Wiltshire for the annual summer solstice, visitors to London can now visit an alternative version of the ancient monument.
Citihenge is a giant sculpture by Tommy Gun made from scrap cars.
For a full report, visit our ITV London site.