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Mark Cline stands before the entrance to "Foamhendge", his full-sized foam and fiberglass recreation of Stonehendge, located on Rt. 11 near Natural Bridge, Va., Tuesday, April 26, 2016. Cline must move the monument before Aug. 1 because Foamhenge sits on property that will become part of the new Natural Bridge State Park. (Bob Brown/Richmond Times-Dispatch via AP)

“The only reason I hate to move it is because I feel like it does so much good for tourism here,” Cline told the Richmond Times-Dispatch (http://bit.ly/24jj9Rg ). “It’s been on the BBC and the Discovery Channel, been in several books. It was on ‘NCIS’ last year, and it appeared as an answer on ‘Jeopardy!’ the year before. It’s become quite a foam-nomenon, so to speak.”


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