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"Some 3,000 years ago, the people of what is now Oxfordshire, England, carved a pictogram of a horse on a hillside made of chalk. You can't see the entire horse at the site, but from the valley below, it's quite impressive. All these years later, no one knows exactly why the Uffington White Horse was carved, but they still maintain it, as their ancestors have done for thousands of years."

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