Nebraska - Landmarks and Points of Interest

One of Nebraska’s most photographed attractions, Carhenge takes its cue from Stonehenge, the 4,000-year-old stone monument near Salisbury, England. Rather than using stone, however, the creator, Jim Reinders, used a quintessentially American medium: cars. Specifically, he used 38 vintage cars from the 1950s and 1969s, arranged in a dimension and orientation that emulates the original. Located in Alliance, Carhenge is open year round.

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